Traction control system introduction
Traction Control System, referred to as TCS. The role is to enable the car to get the best traction under all driving conditions. When the car is driving, the acceleration needs the driving force, and the turning requires the lateral force. Both of these forces are derived from the friction of the tire against the ground, but the friction of the tire to the ground has a maximum. On a smooth road surface with a small coefficient of friction, the driving force and lateral force of the car are small.