The wheels lock

Translations
The wheels lock   
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Whole Foods supermarket on Glendale Avenue installed an electromagnetic boundary so if a cart is pushed off its property, the wheels lock and the cart becomes immobile.
If the wheels lock up, use heel-and-toe action to release brake pressure one or two degrees then immediately reapply it with slightly less pressure.
One problem coming to light is that ABS has caused accidents by drivers lifting their foot off the brake pedal when they feel the pulsing, thinking perhaps that a wheel is loose and might be about to fall off or they have just never experienced the sensation caused when the wheels lock, then release.
The Whole Foods supermarket on Glendale Avenue has installed an electromagnetic boundary so if a cart is pushed off the premises, the wheels lock and the cart becomes immovable.
For years advanced drivers and trainers talked in technical terms using words like cadence, pulse, rhythm or threshold-braking to explain how you should press your foot hard on the brake until that moment just before the wheels lock and then to ease off the pressure before re-applying once more.