EBFD

AcronymDefinition
EBFDElectronic Brake Force Distribution
EBFDEast Brunswick Fire District (East Brunswick, NJ)
EBFDEmperor: Battle for Dune (game)
EBFDElephant Butte Field Division (US DOI)
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The aim of this study is to investigate the BFD and EBFD and other related factors, such as maternal age, maternal BMI, economic status, level of education, parent's occupation, family size, birth order, children nutritional status and ethnicity in Norther Iran.
And while driver safety aids include standard-fit ABS braking with Electronic Brake Force Distribution (EBFD) and Electronic Brake Assist (EBA), switchable Electronic Stability Program (ESP) and directional headlights, there are also six airbags, remote control central locking, deadlocks, and an alarm system.
ABS, EBFD, emergency brake assist, driver/passenger/side and driver's knee airbags, active roll bars, auto hazard lights, an immobiliser, auto door locking, speed sensitive electric power steering, electric front and rear windows and door mirrors, front fog lamps, 16 inch alloy wheels and body coloured door handles and mirrors and a three-point Isofix attachment system as standard.
To ensure owners are protected to the highest standard, safety equipment includes ESP, EBFD and ABS.
Again there is an impressive safety package including ABS with an Electronic Brake Force Distributor (EBFD), SMART driver and front passenger airbags that react according to the speed and severity of an accident; side airbags, automatic headlights and rain-sensing wipers.
Standard features include driver and passenger front and side airbags, front and rear curtain airbags, ABS with EBFD (electronic brake force distributor) and emergency brake assist, tyre pressure sensors, and hazard warning lights which automatically illuminate when you brake hard in an emergency.
For a city runabout, all models across the i10 range include air con, plus, standard safety features also include four airbags and ABS braking with Electronic Brake Force Distribution (EBFD).
Other standard fits include an Electronic Stability Programme (ESP), traction control (ASR) and Electronic Brake Force Distribution (EBFD), with Emergency Brake Assist (EBA), all designed to keep the car on the straight and narrow whatever the road conditions or how bad the driver is.
Standard equipment on the entry-level S version includes driver/passenger Smart airbags, ABS, EBFD, Cornering Stability Control, immobilizer, speed related electric power steering, in-dash CD player and socket for an MP3 player, CD holder in centre console, push button release on rear tailgate, lights-on warning alarm, cup holders in centre console, front door storage bins, storage areas under the steering column and a 12v accessory power.
Anti-lock brakes (ABS) with electronic brake force distribution (EBFD) and emergency brake assist (EBA) combine to make the car one of the safest models on the road.
Safety and security have been covered in abundance with driver, passenger, front, side and rear curtain airbags, plus ABS with EBFD and Emergency Brake Assist.