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this is typically what happens when the vehicle's traction control system senses a loss of traction and intervenes to help prevent loss of vehicle control.
if you were not in a situation where you could have been losing traction or experiencing wheel slip, then this would be caused by a malfuntion by one of the sensors/components in the traction control system.
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if the surface was rough then it could have been the car sensing a loss of traction and intervening as designed. If the system starts cutting in constantly under all conditions, then yes I would switch it off and have the system diagnosed as soon as possible, but if this turns out to be a one time thing on a poor quality roadway then I would not turn of traction control and would ignore that it ever happened.