The 2022 Ford Escape SE Hybrid adds Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Centering, and Speed Sign Recognition to the already well-equipped basic model. But what exactly are these features, and how do they function? Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) tracks the vehicle in front of you and adjusts your speed accordingly, allowing you to concentrate on something else. This is useful if you are driving down the highway and need to stop sometimes or if there is slow traffic ahead. Unlike classic cruise control, ACC may automatically slow down for road corners and curves. This one also has the Lane Centering system, which keeps you centered in your lane even when you turn a corner. It will even assist you in avoiding impediments near the road's edge. The speed sign recognition feature notifies you when you exceed the posted speed limit, so if you tried to make up time on the freeway but forgot how fast you were going, this feature will beep to remind you. With all of this modern technology collaborating to keep you secure and at peace while driving, it's no surprise that drivers adore their Escape Hybrids. Contact us at Skaha Ford for more details about the new 2022 Ford Escape SE Hybrid's intelligent adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go, lane centering, and speed sign recognition.