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An emergency brake is a separate brake system in a vehicle for use in case of failure of the regular (hydraulic or air) brakes and commonly used as a parking brake in automobiles.
- For road vehicles, see Parking brake
- For trains, see Emergency brake (train)
- Emergency brake assist
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