There are main types of brakes: drum disc, pneumatic and vacuum. Such device as a brake is applied to a full stop or a vehicle deceleration at the time of movement or after a full stop to warn against further movement. Many vehicles (cars and motorcycles, bicycles, and some aircraft) are equipped with wheel brakes. This mechanism typically is a device whose operating principle is based on the resistance and energy loss when the vehicle is decelerating. All of this is achieved by applying pressure to the brake shoe, the effect of which is directed against the rotating part of the brake attached to the wheel. During regenerative braking car saves the energy lost in the system to use it later.
Disc brakes are more durable and are considered to be effective in high humidity. This type is often used on motorcycles, bicycles and in cars.