What is adaptive cruise control, and how does it differ from the traditional cruise control system.
The ACC system can control your vehicle in such a manner as to slow it down and speed it up so that it maintains consistent spacing between your vehicle and the vehicle in front of you. This system works at speeds above 25 mph. It is hoped that it will reduce the amount of front to rear end collisions occur at speeds above 25 mph.
Drivers surveyed who presently have this type of technology installed learned your vehicle voiced their belief that this made their highway driving safer and they
Noticed an increase in fuel economy of their vehicles.

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