What is Adaptive Cruise Control?
Adaptive cruise control (ACC) is an intelligent version of the traditional cruise control that can be found on nearly every modern vehicle. The ACC system uses sensors, cameras, and sometimes radar to adjust the set speed of your vehicle to maintain a safe distance between yourself and the vehicle in front of you. This driver assist feature reduces the throttle and applies brakes when needed, ensuring your safety the entire ride.
This assistance system is designed to not only give you more peace of mind while driving but also allow you to recover and rest while behind the wheel. In combination with other advanced driver assistance technology, such as lane centering or blind spot monitoring, highway driving becomes a breeze.
If you are interested in experiencing a car with adaptive cruise control for yourself, then come to Hawk Mazda in Plainfield. We have dozens of new vehicles
with this fantastic feature included in them, and our sales representatives would be happy to tell you all about them.