How does an adaptive cruise control system work? The adaptive cruise control system was put into operation by the Japanese automakers, although at first it only alerted drivers on busy streets, and in 1990, the most complete and well-equipped adaptive cruise control generation was invented in the Mercedes-Benz S-Class. Today’s adaptive cruise control function is such that the rear car is two to three seconds away from the front car. This cruise with the help of front car sensors detects the traffic a few seconds earlier and automatically adjusts the speed of the car, even if a car Suddenly it gets in the way and turns in front of you. The adaptive cruise control quickly calculates the speed of the cars and quickly reduces the speed of the car. Also, by installing the camera in the body of the cruise car, the adaptable control will be able to detect the passer-by and will use the emergency braking system.
The advantages of using a cruise control system include the following:
1.No driver fatigue while driving