Foot brakes are used to stop a car. In an emergency however both the foot and hand brakes can be used to stop a car.
Applying the brakes with your foot!
When this is happening, it may mean that they brakes are going out. This also means that the brake drums or rotors may be warped or not round anymore.
hit the brakes....
place pressure on the pedal with your foot (preferably)
from the brake booster
vacuum leak 65 power brakes run off a vacuum, when you apply your brakes you stop the air leak. 65;
The answer is : "Your life is in your foot's hands!"
Your rotors need to be turned. They have become warped.
When brakes will not release when a foot is off the pedal, this is called sticking. There are various reasons for brakes sticking, but the most common involve an obstruction with the brake cable or the brake pads physically sticking to the drums or rotors. The safest way to remedy this problem is to have a professional inspect the vehicle.
Take you foot off the brakes. This may restore some traction so you can steer or apply the brakes more gently.
You need to see a doctor and have it set. If it keeps hurting, you may need to have a tendon repaired.
The vehicle driver either take their foot of the accelerator and applies the brakes.
Hovering your foot over the brake without actually pressing on the brake
Yes because they have what is called a invesible foot. That keeps them moving
they like you or want to annoy you
Its when you bend your knees slide the inside foot to the outside (this is happening under your outside leg) And then you pick up your outside foot and cross it over your inside foot
That would be the brake "squealer" making that noise. It's telling you the brakes pads are worn down and in need of attention.
Take your foot off the accelerator and gently pump the brakes so not to overheat the brakes. Downshift to a lower gear to use the engine for braking
Black banana, Black banana, it keeps repeating lol
Don't slam on your brakes & take foot off accelorator