Why would you turn auto traction control off?

Answer According to, traction control helps to "limit tire slip in acceleration on slippery surfaces." The main purpose of traction control is to potentially eliminate situations like spi... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Why would you turn auto traction control off

With my traction control on my car will loose power at 35 mph turn it off and things are aok with no air ride?

This makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. None.

Can you add traction control to any car?

With some adaptations, you should be able to add a traction control system to any car. However, if your car comes standard with an anti-lock braking system, you may have some trouble with these sys... Read More »

DIY Traction Control?

There's nothing as helpful as an all-wheel drive vehicle and studded snow tires for driving on ice- or snow-covered roads. Not all states allow studded snow tires, and not everyone owns all-wheel d... Read More »

Does traction control use more gas?

On One Hand: Requires Engine PowerAccording to, the traction control system of a vehicle is an antislip system that applies brake pressure to the slipping drive wheel while reducing en... Read More »