The Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) with Brake Assist that comes standard on the Ford Ranger is an essential safety feature that improves the vehicle's braking capability and stability, both of which are extremely important

in emergency circumstances. Through the modulation of brake pressure to each wheel individually, anti-lock braking systems (ABS) prevent wheels from locking up during harsh braking. This enables the driver to keep control of

the steering and avoid collisions with obstructions. Brake Assist is also capable of detecting rapid or panic braking inputs and automatically increasing the amount

of power applied to the brakes in order to reduce stopping distances. It is because of this technology that

the Ford Ranger is safer for its passengers as well as other people who use the road.

It helps drivers keep control of the vehicle and minimizes the likelihood of crashes.