ASR Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
The Anti-Slip Regulation (ASR) is an automotive safety system launched by Bosch in 1986 and designed to prevent the loss of wheel adherence, so that the wheels do not slip when the driver exceeds the vehicle's acceleration or the ground is very slippery (e.g.: ice). In general, these are electro-hydraulic systems.
A dissapointed customer said this in a review: "ASR system doesn't work, I had it on my tires and on a rainy day the tires slipped and I had an accident".
AnugrahSR says"@remonsec @Deepak_DBST @rudra16t @aadityaprasad14 I know how that feels bro. I found an S3 and takeoveover! Turnout… https://t.co/Yv91Hp5cSp"
Sad skinny girl says"RT @wacksoph: online school sucks bc i can’t ask the person sitting next to me what we’re supposed to be doing"
tottiana says"@_klevvin @ASR_Saf i agree, it sucks that he literally only shows up in 4231 behind the striker. if he can’t adapt,… https://t.co/5iwu1MGEJQ"
Leo says"#Lazio fans that feel #Tare should have paid the asking price for #Kumbulla should take consolation in past #ASR si… https://t.co/gvUsSqy3vr"
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