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What does RSD stand for?

RSD stands for Reduced Stopping Distance

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Many road accidents in the Emirates are attributed to faulty brakes and worn tyres combined with high speeds, and a lack of awareness of the significantly reduced stopping distances associated with these factors leads to deaths on the road that could be prevented.
In performance terms the lighter weight wheel rim reduces gyroscopic effects and the moment of inertia which is said to give improved acceleration and braking with reduced stopping distances, better grip, lighter, sharper steering, improved wheel and tyre balancing, more stable tyre temperatures and pressures, as well as reduced fuel consumption and engine emissions.
which can be connected to an electronic control unit to prompt the brake system to pre-fill brake fluid in the event of a potential collision, resulting in reduced stopping distance.
All Ford SUVs, with first applications beginning in the 2002 model year, will offer an advanced tire pressure monitoring system, and will feature as standard equipment antilock brakes with Electronic Brake Distribution for significantly reduced stopping distances and lowered front bumper beams for better car-to-SUV crash compatibility.
All Ford SUVs, with first applications beginning in the 2002 model year, will offer an advanced tire pressure monitoring system, and will feature as standard equipment antilock brakes with Electronic Brake Distribution for significantly reduced stopping distances and lowered front bumper beams for better car-to-SUV crash compatibility.
Depending on operating conditions, right and left rear-wheel brake pressures can function more or less independently as road conditions dictate, resulting in reduced stopping distances during cornering -- especially as vehicle speed rises.