Traction Control System (TCS) otherwise called as Acceleration Slip Regulation (ASR) helps the driver in limiting the tire slip when travelling on a slippery surface while accelerating. In older times, drivers used the gas pedal while driving on a slippery surface. But the contemporary vehicles come with electronic controls that help the drivers in limiting the delivery of power, eliminating wheel slip and help the driver to accelerate but at the same time have control on the vehicle. The speed sensors found in ABS helps in the smooth working of the Traction control system. The sensors decide about the loss of traction in the wheel on the basis of differences in the rotational speed. If it finds any of wheels spinning more quickly than the rest, then it controls the speed of the same with the help of the brakes and avoids slippery of the wheel. Mostly, the wheel brake of the particular wheel will control the slip but sometimes TCS will also limit the power supplied by the engine to that particular wheel. But Traction control will not prevent the vehicle from getting struck in snow. Traction control system helps the driver to get the acceleration performance as well as directional stability during adverse road conditions where the driver may not have control of the car. Mostly ABS can detect the traction of the tire and will take preventive action that is needed. Generally, car manufacturers offer it as optional though the features of ABS could be used for the same. Some of the advanced TCS can control the brakes as well as throttle levels.