How does Active lane Keeping Assist work?

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  • Dania Haqimi
    Active Lane Keeping Assist monitors the area in front of your Mercedes-Benz by using a small camera at the top of the car's windscreen. Radar sensors located all over the vehicle are then in charge of monitoring the traffic around the car.
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    In 2001, the first Bluetooth hands-free car kits were introduced. Since then, Bluetooth has brought new levels of safety to our roads and more convenience to the in-car experience.
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    DeMuro does caution though that adaptive cruise control isn't useful at all for highways where there's not much bumper-to-bumper traffic going on. If your car doesn't have to come to a full stop often, then turning on adaptive cruise control just becomes worse than driving without it.27 ago 2019
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