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Adaptive Cruise Control Explained

April 30 2019,

Adaptive Cruise Control Explained

Adaptive Cruise Control is a technology that is found on more and more new vehicles, including Volkswagen models offered at South Center Volkswagen. The idea behind Adaptive Cruise Control is to offer increased safety on the highway while preserving and improving the comfort of the driver and his or her passengers.

Adaptive Cruise Control is, as its name suggests, an advanced cruise control technology that activates on the highway and is able to maintain a safe distance between your vehicle and the vehicle in front of you. In doing so, this technology is able to slow down the vehicle automatically if the car ahead slows down or brakes suddenly. Thus, you do not have to modulate the distance with the other cars which is particularly useful in heavy traffic situations.

It's easy to see how this technology is able to improve our comfort on the highway. Discover Adaptive Cruise Technology today at South Center Volkswagen in addition to all the other advanced safety technologies available on new Volkswagen vehicles.

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