For the second time, my Kona EV locked its brakes today in a situation that didn't warrant it. This time an accident was barely avoided. The first time it happened I took the car to Hyundai service, who said "The car is operating correctly." Today I was driving in the slow lane of a limited access freeway. The lane was congested and I was going maybe 40 mph. The cars ahead slowed and began to stop. I took my foot off the accelerator and moved to the brake. At this time I was three or four car lengths behind the car ahead, and could have stopped easily with firm but normal braking. As soon as my foot touched the brake pedal, the Kona locked its brakes and screeched to an abrupt stop. Objects on the passenger seat were thrown to the floor. A truck behind me had to swerve to the right to avoid crashing into me. The driver followed me honking for half a mile until my exit. This might have been FCA, although I didn't hear a warning tone (but might not have heard it over the screeching tires) or notice a warning message. Cruise control was off. FCA was enabled (it can't be permanently disabled, AFAIK) and set to the default (Normal). Does anyone know if FCA will set an error code when activated? Torque Pro reports no fault codes. This happened once before, in February 2020, under identical conditions. Following that incident, I took the car to Hyundai dealer service, who advised that "The car is operating correctly." I have filed a complaint with the NHTSA. If anything like this has happened to you, please do the same. It's easy.