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If you're driving a vehicle with a front brake limiting valve, you should

Some older vehicles have a manually controlled front brake limiting valve to reduce air pressure to the front brakes when traveling on slippery roads. However, tests have since shown that front wheel braking is unlikely to cause a skid even on slippery roads. And reducing the air pressure reduces the vehicle's stopping power. Keep the front brake limiting valve on the "normal" setting at all times.