Active Parking Assistant is a useful driving aid that makes parking in traffic jams easier. Once activated, the system will help you find a suitable parking space.
The rear parking aid is a safety device that supports you when parking or reversing. When reversing, it acoustically warns you of your surroundings and how close you are to other cars or objects.
Using Ford’s Advanced Active Parking Assistance System
- Step 1: Press the button for the active parking assistant. Next to the vehicle’s gear selector is an Active Parking Assistant button, marked with a P and the steering wheel symbol.
- Step 2: Activate the turn signal. Use the turn signals to indicate which side the car should be looking for.
- Step 3: Follow the on-screen instructions.
Ford Active Parking Aid is available for Focus, Fusion, CMax, Taurus, Escape, Edge, Explorer, Flex and F150.
Ford Active Park Assist identifies a suitable parking space for your car and can direct you to a parking space that is only 20% longer than your car. This technology works with a range of sensors to monitor the size of parking lots as they pass and drive the car through the space.
If your vehicle is equipped with the parking assistance system (not all Fusion models have this system), the warning Check Parking Assistance appears in the message center. This means that the parking assistance system is deactivated. You must activate the system to delete the message.
FrontZone is a revolutionary forward facing parking assistance system developed by Rostra and designed to protect every driver when driving the car forward through a parking lot or slowly approaching a solid object that could damage your car.
The Active Parking Assistant is a practical driving aid that facilitates parallel parking. Once activated, the system will help you find a suitable parking space.
When the blue P symbol is displayed on the on-board computer, you can recognize that parking assistance is active. When your car detects an open position, an arrow will appear on the dashboard on the side of the vehicle where your position is available.
10 cars with Active Park Assist Lincoln MKC. Jeep Cherokee. Lexus LS 460. Toyota Prius. Ford Focus. Jaguar XE. Lincoln navigator. No more Land Rover Ranger.
The system provides distance to objects and warns objects to help the driver park and avoid bumping into nearby objects, while at low speeds with 4 ultrasonic sensors mounted on the rear bumper and a range of up to 2.4 meters 8 mounts for the feet.
The trip computer uses the power steering to turn the steering wheel and drive the car into the parking lot. Park Assist uses sensors around the vehicle to prevent it from hitting nearby objects. Different models and systems have different sensor locations around the vehicle.
Advanced Active Parking Assistant works in conjunction with various vehicle functions to enable stress-free parking. Helps when reversing into perpendicular parking or entering or exiting parallel parking.