No, it is not possible. ABS takes you to the point of lockup, which occurs due to loss of adhesion between tire and surface. I'm interpreting the point of lockup - when ABS kicks in - to be the equivalent of actual lockup. You're right, it's not, and I should specify "to the point of lockup".Is it even possible to lock up the wheels of a car with functioning ABS? After all isn't that the function of ABS, to prevent wheel lockup, which is consistent with what I've always heard, that ABS actually increases stopping distances. Or am I misinterpreting what you said?