Hello. This is probably a silly question but I would like any assistance that anyone might provide. Okay, so this is regarding the brake pressure test. What I am referring to is that if you have a vehicle off/not running, you press down on the brake pedal and release. Then you press down again and release again. Each subsequent time it should be a bit more difficult to press down on the brake pedal. I believe the pressure tells that the brake line is good. Once you start the car, you can press down on the brake pedal no problem like normal. Back to my question, I was trying to do that on my 2010 Toyota Prius the other day and I did not get that resistance when I pressed down on the brake pedal several times when the car is off as well as when the key fob is nowhere near the car. Is this normal for the Prius or does it mean that there is an issue with something? I would greatly appreciate any assistance. I haven't had any major service other than the usual oil changes, tire rotations, new tires, 12V battery replacement. I plan on getting the other major fluid changes soon, probably within the next 6 months or so. Again, I want to know if this is something that I need to be concerned about. I have done the other brake test of putting the emergency brakes on and moving the car into Drive, in which the car doesn't move. However, if I step on the gas pedal the car does move a bit. Thanks.