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Q: What event was caused by the driver slamming on the car brakes to keep from hitting Jane?
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What will slamming on the brakes after a tire blows out result in?

It will result in an uncontrolled skid - possibly overturning the vehicle. The best action on a blow-out is to lightly 'tap' the brakes in short, rapid movements. This slows the vehicle to a stop - while allowing the driver to keep control.


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What would make the brakes lock up in a 1996 Chevy blazer when going low speeds of 15-30 mph. could they be over adjusted or calipers.?

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