What are ABS and EBD.
Modern vehicles have to be not only a reliable, powerful and well-run. For vehicles of today higher requirements on safety imposed. For this reason, ABS and EBD at this stage is perhaps the most popular among car owners options.
EBD (Electronic Brake Force Distribution) is a rear axle brake force distribution system necessary for safe braking in curves. The operating principle of EBD is linked to a feature of modern cars – the load on the rear axle is much less than at the front.
ABS (Anti-lock Brake System) is anti-lock brakes, in cases of braking prevents the wheels from locking. The main purpose of this system is to maintain the ability to control the vehicle. Using the ABS system, you increase the efficiency of the braking process itself (is it dry or wet surfaces), and improve the process cars of handling at times. In addition the presence of this option reduces tire wear.