How does the electronic stability control in cars work?

The electronic stability control (ESC) installed in cars has been saving lives for years. Also known as electronic stability program (ESP), depending on the manufacturer, the system can stabilize vehicles in extreme situations and prevent accidents. Although manufacturers have different names for it, the mechanism is generally the same: It makes sure individual wheels automatically break to prevent the vehicle from over-steering or under-steering, says Achmed Leser of the German Association for Technical Inspection. “Sometimes it directly impacts the engine control as well, which is even quick…

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