By continuously monitoring the dynamics and stability of the vehicle and taking corrective actions if they are required, the roll stability control system of the Ford Ranger helps to reduce the likelihood of

rollovers occurring inside the vehicle. Oversteer, understeer, and excessive body lean are some of the conditions that the system is able to identify through the utilization of sensors that measure various

aspects of the vehicle, including the speed of the vehicle, the steering angle, and the lateral acceleration. As soon as the system determines that a rollover is about to occur, it applies the brakes to

each wheel individually and adjusts the torque of the engine in order to stabilize the vehicle and reduce the likelihood of it rolling over. Furthermore, certain roll stability control systems may provide warnings, either audible or visual,

to the driver in order to alert them to unstable driving conditions before it is necessary for them to take additional action. By improving the vehicle's stability and control, the roll

stability control system of the Ford Ranger contributes to the prevention of accidents and injuries, particularly when the vehicle is performing evasive maneuvers or making sudden changes in direction.