If he pulled out in front of a car driving on the street and it struck his car, then he is At Fault. If he was rear-ended by the car following, then the following driver is at fault.
The driver suddenly applied the brakes.
Any sudden brake loss can be the cause of 1. brake line damage 2. master cylinder disfunction
Because you are decelerating sharply
Your experience when a moving vehicle suddenly brakes or a parked vehicle suddenly accelerates are some of many examples in reality.
You probably need to change your back brakes.
If all the passengers are properly buckled in and the car brakes suddenly to a stop, someone may spill their coffee.
law of inertia
passenger were hitched when the bus driver suddenly applied the brakes
I am not a qualified expert on brakes but a brake job of that price seems fair if your brakes are completely shot and are in need of massive repair job.
This grossly unsafe. If you have just the booster fail the brakes will still work but not well. If the brakes fail completely you could crash and die.
Suddenly applying the brakes on a wet or icy road could cause the wheels to lock. With the wheels locked up it takes longer to stop. Also, locked wheels could lead to a loss of control of the vehicle.
If your vehicle has abs brakes, just apply the brakes hard and steer away from danger. If the vehicle does not have abs brakes, try to apply the brakes without locking up the wheels and going into a skid then steer away from danger. If you lock up the brakes and go into a skid you will lose control of your steering.
no its completely illegal
You have a very serious and dangerous problem. More than likely the master cylinder if about to completely fail. When it does fail you will have no brakes at all. Have this repaired yesterday.
1. Put the engine in a lower gear and leave the clutch slowly. Vehicle will stop with a jerk. 2. Use parking brakes
When the bus driver applies brakes suddenly, the passengers move forward on account of inertia.
May be the proportioning valve by the master cylinder
No completely separate from engine/cooling system
It can be the idle control solonoid on the throtle body.
Have your brake system checked immediately! (by a proffesional)
It locks the brakes when the vehicle or trailer is not in use. It also engages if air pressure is suddenly lost.
if A 2008 ferrari was going full speed down the straight and then suddenly put full brakes on it would stop comletly in 6 seconds if A 2008 ferrari was going full speed down the straight and then suddenly put full brakes on it would stop comletly in 6 seconds