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Tires nowadays have little contact surface with a ground.
So when you use the brake, tires are pushed from the road.
For example, when the car stops at 100km, tires are pushed about 40m from a stop point.
60% of traffic accidents happens because a slip effect of tires.
If you can widen the contact area of the tires 2-3 times.
Sudden accidents can prevent accidents by reducing the braking distance.
BRAKE TIRE when braking tire goes down to the bottom of the cylinder.
It increases the contact area on the ground about 3 to 4 times.
The braking distance can be reduced by half.
DAEGU, South Korea