Q: Q: ABS brakes lock up

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I bought a new 2015 toyota corolla le automatic 1.5 years ago. Few months after the purchase on a summers day the brake pedal vibrated making it hard to stop the car. Then another few months later while on a bumpy road, the brake pedal vibrated again when i braked at a stop sign on the bumpy road causing me to go beyond the stop sign. Just recently, on a flat road covered with an inch of snow, i tried to brake and the brake pedal vibrated and i repeatedly hit the vibrating brake to stop the car. However, the car dragged beyond the stop sign and stopped a good 4 feet away from where i would have liked it to stop. What should i do?

My car has 12900 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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