Cruise control

Cruise control is an electronic control system designed to help a vehicle maintain a consistent speed while driving. It works by using a sensor to detect the vehicle’s speed and then using a control system to adjust the throttle or fuel delivery to the engine to maintain a constant speed.

The driver can activate the cruise control system by pressing a button on the dashboard or steering wheel and selecting the desired speed using a control on the dashboard or steering wheel. Once the cruise control system is engaged, the vehicle will automatically adjust its speed to maintain a consistent speed, even if the terrain or road condition changes.

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