Lane Keeping Assistance


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  • Graphic illustrates the first paragraph of text. Red car automatically corrects itself back into the lane as it wanders out.

Lane keeping assistance helps you correct the course of your vehicle. The system uses a forward-looking camera iso symbol for lame keeping assistancethat detects lane markings in front of the vehicle. It applies a brief corrective action (steering or braking) or it can provide additional steering force and make a warning sound if your vehicle starts to drift outside the lane without using a turn signal.




  • These systems may only operate over limited speed ranges. Most systems operate at speeds over 70 km/hr.
  • Drivers must turn on these systems by using a button on the dashboard.

Things to keep in mind

  • These systems must be able to identify lane markings to work.
  • These systems do not react if you show intent to make a lane change through a steering movement, or by using the turn signal.
  • These systems do not react on tight bends, if lane markings are poor or missing, or if you take your hands off of the steering wheel.
  • These systems require the driver to keep his/her hands on the wheel.
  • Drivers are encouraged to read the owner’s manual to become familiar with the system and the conditions when system operation is different or is not guaranteed.
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