Sometimes when you’re distracted on a busy BC highway, you might end up drifting; and this is why the 2021 Ford Expedition XLT has a standard Lane-Keeping System. This function works by using a camera installed behind the rearview mirror â€“ which activates at speeds above 40 mph (64 km/h) â€“ to detect road markings on either side of your SUV to determine where you are.
There are three modes of operation for this system: in Lane-Keeping Alert, warnings are sent via steering wheel vibrations; while the Aid setting applies torque to automatically help guide you back to the centre line (with rumbling notifications available as well). And, if you repeatedly drift, you’ll get a â€œtake a breakâ€ notice, which shows up as a cup of coffee icon on your dash to indicate it’s time to pull off the road for a while.
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