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When your route requires traveling from town to town, cruise control can be needed! If you’re not quite sure how to set cruise control on International trucks, Rechtien International Trucks is here to help! Learn what cruise control is and how to set cruise control on International trucks down below.
Most drivers know that cruise control regulates the vehicle speed until intentionally changed by the driver. Learning how to set cruise control on International trucks can differ between model and model year, refer to your Operator’s Manual for detailed directions. While cruise control buttons might say SET/COAST or SET/Cruise depending on models, here are the basic steps of how to set cruise control on International trucks:
If you need to deactivate the cruise control, press the clutch or service brake then hit “CANCEL” or “CRUISE OFF” button. Avoid using cruise control on city streets, poor road conditions, or downhill terrain.
Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) is found on newer or unique systems. This system can intervene to maintain a set following distance with the vehicle ahead of you. The mounted radar sensors allow the Adaptive Cruise Control system to react if other vehicles move in the same direction. Once you’ve set your Adaptive Cruise Control, here is what happens if the vehicle ahead of you begins to brake:
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