Compared to conventional cruise control that travels at a specific driver-set speed, adaptive cruise control monitors and automatically adjusts the vehicle speed to maintain a safe distance from vehicles ahead using a combination of lasers and radar technologies. The feature is well-liked by most drivers as it makes long-distance travel less overwhelming. The technology used varies among manufacturers, but most use a combination of cameras, lasers or radar to measure the distance from other ...

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