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Cab

The enclosed part of a car or truck where the driver sits.

Cabin

The passenger compartment of an enclosed vehicle.

Cable operated

Any item or device that is controlled by a cable

Cadence Braking

A method of braking in which the driver rapidly depresses and releases the brake pedal to bring a vehicle to an emergency stop in a similar way to how an ABS system works. Cadence braking in non-ABS brakes is effective in conditions where the tyres can lose traction and the wheels can lock up. The driver applies the footbrake pedal in a series of very rapid jabs at the pedal taking the wheels up to the point of brake locking and then releasing them before the inevitable fall-off in braking efficiency takes place. This method produces a more effective method of braking retaining some steerability of the vehicle at the same time.

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