If you are going on a long drive, then you can turn the cruise control on your car to help with the driving. This feature helps you to save on gas and gives you a chance to relax when driving. You should be aware that this system can cause problems if you use it in poor conditions. For example, if the weather is snowy or rainy, it can be challenging for your vehicle to keep its grip on the road. It is also possible to lose control if you use the cruise control in a way that is not safe.
Adaptive cruise control (ACC) is an automatic system that adjusts your speed to maintain a preset distance from the car ahead. It also monitors your vehicle’s position on the road and may even automatically brake in certain situations. Some systems can even swerve your vehicle to avoid other vehicles and obstacles on the road.
You can enable ACC by pressing the “SET” button on your steering wheel. The system will then allow you to select the desired following distance and interval in the Multi-Information Display. Refer to your owner’s manual for more information about how this system works.
This technology is reliant on sensors, and this makes it susceptible to errors. Therefore, you should always check the sensor system regularly to make sure it is working properly. This can help you to avoid erroneous data that could lead to the system incorrectly detecting other cars and braking too late.