There's less bumping around when you drive on BC Canada's streets in the 2021 Ford Expedition. It has Continuously Controlled Damping (CCD), a computer-managed system of shock absorbers that can dramatically reduce jumps and jars on rough roads. CCD uses 12 sensors placed all around your SUV to monitor surface conditions and adjust the dampers every two milliseconds. For example, if it detects the edge of a pothole up front, the onboard computer will configure the system to the stiffest setting. The rear wheels will also prepare themselves for impact, further softening the blow. That means you feel less of a drop, and protect your tires, too. The overall result is a smoother ride for you on BC's highways and lower maintenance costs for your Expedition. Considering that drivers spend 3 billion USD a year combined on damage repairs, that's certainly welcome! Ask Skaha Ford for more details about the 2021 Expedition today.