How does friction contribute to the braking mechanism of a car?
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Friction plays a significant role in the braking mechanism of a car. When the brake pedal is pressed, friction is generated between the brake pads and the rotors or drums, resulting in the conversion of the car’s kinetic energy into heat energy, thus reducing its velocity or bringing it to a halt.