The most important system for slowing or stopping a moving vehicle and keeping a stationary vehicle in place is called a braking system.
In order to stop the vehicle, the brake power must be higher than the motor power. Kinetic energy is equal to half of the velocity of the body in motion and the mass of its mass. Kinetic energy increases in direct proportion to the mass of the vehicle.
The brake system types are evaluated in four parts: mechanical, hydraulic, air and electric brakes.