Some older vehicles use drum brake systems. One component of this system is the brake shoes, which are located inside a cylindrical surface. When the brakes (hydraulic or pneumatic) are applied, the brake shoes are forced against the rotating drum, converting kinetic energy into thermal energy and slowing the vehicle. Most modern vehicles now use disc brakes instead of a drum, although this brake system is still used on the rear axle of low-end compact cars.
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