DEARBORN, MI – Ford says its new safety technologies, set to debut next year on the ’13 Explorer SUV, are superior to similar features offered by competitors. The system combines three features – driver-alert system, lane-keeping alert and lane-keeping aid. The driver-alert system uses a front-mounted camera to monitor the vehicle’s movement in relation to lane markings. If erratic driving is detected, a chime sounds and a coffee-cup icon is displayed on the instrument cluster. In the ...
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