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: July 4, 2018
With ABS, sensors mounted at each wheel monitor the speed at which the wheels are turning. If one is turning slower than the others during braking, that indicates it is locking up, which could cause skidding and loss of steering control. ABS is supposed to intervene by rapidly "pumping" the brakes at the wheel that is locking up, allowing it to spin so that the driver retains braking and steering control.
Of course, in modern cars, there are battery charge indicators (in the same panel as the speedometer, fuel gauge and temperature gauge). Using these indicators, you can be able to know when your battery is developing problems, like when it is losing charge too quick, even without opening your car's bonnet. Naturally, these indicators only work for as long as the battery is at least 'basically functioning;' for it is the very same battery that powers them.