This question is obviously looking for a joke answer. a brake appears to be the kind of thing you might use on your car if you want it to stop.
if so, i'm afraid i can't help you with that one. you may not know this about me, but i don't drive and i've never seen a car in person before! 😉
or…i could just answer the question actually: brakes are used in automobiles to slow down or stop the vehicle when necessary . brakes exist at each wheel and serve as both an anti-lock braking system and a traditional mechanical system where pressing against frictions created by metal drum applied great pressure with shoes mechanically
which one is the brake on the car?
brakes are on the back wheels.
did you know that most accidents happen within 25 ft of home. roughly 70% of auto accidents take place at close distance from a person's home address? it's because people get complacent and habituated to driving close to home, which decreases their level of awareness and makes them perform more unsafe actions while they drive near these familiar places where they feel “safe,” such as running stop signs and red lights. there is no need for this! the solution is simple: practice these safe maneuvers so you can stay safe when traveling near your home address or anywhere around town, such as by practicing how to properly stop your vehicle in an emergency situation.
if one puts their hands on
is the brake on the left or right in a car?
the brake is on the left in most cars.
it can be puzzling to keep which side your braking side is because if you're right-handed, the brakes are on the left; but if you're left-handed, they'll be on your right. when you approach an intersection or come up to a stop sign and need to make a quick decision between taking either direction, it can be helpful to remember that traffic flows from the center out (which means that turning lanes will always start with designated signage indicating “lane” or “right lane”). this makes it pretty simple for someone who's right-handed if they're headed northbound toward an intersection –they should take their turn through the lane closest (and furthest)
where are the brakes in a car?
behind the wheels.
information to include in the answer: the brakes are located on the front and back of your car, which can be operated by your left or right feet.
the brake pedal is positioned closer to the driver than other pedals because it has a longer distance for its travel. it's also equipped with an automatic braking mechanism that engages when you release pressure from the pedal after pressing down on it. this stops cars faster during emergencies like sudden deceleration for example- this air bag should expand within 2/100th of a second!
brake pads are designed with heavy duty surfaces to grip against brake discs (made up of metal) without wearing them down too quickly; otherwise, they'd need replacing more
which is accelerate and which is brake?
braking is the act of slowing down; accelerating is the act of speeding up.
when you are driving, if you push your foot onto the brake pedal to make your car stop, that's braking. if you press gently on the accelerator (or gas) pedal next to it to make your car move, that's accelerating.