In the car movement dynamics, the driving safety and quality are determined by three basic characteristics: drive, steering in the direction of travel and braking. These three characteristics are generally not to be considered separately, but the specific problems can be considered separately, in order to optimize the characteristics of the individual systems and cars in general. This paper refers to the cars, but this matter is applicable to all wheeled vehicles in general, also including aircraft. Braking is a delicate process composed of the interaction of the driver and the car with the surface, in which the driver can brake ranging from “soft” to a very abrupt braking. The problem that is analyzed here is not directly correlated with advanced technical systems of active braking control (e.g. ABS), or combined systems of active control on the vehicle. This paper presents the analysis of the impact of the way of wheel suspension on braking characteristics, especially on the rear wheels.