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Lane Assist is a feature that helps keep the vehicle within its lane. It activates when driving above 35 mph on roads with visible markings and can warn the driver and counter-steer if necessary. The system can be turned on or off through the infotainment system or by pushing the assist systems button.
Keeping your VW on track
Working to keep it between the lines
Lane Assist is a camera-based system that helps keep the vehicle within its lane. It activates when driving above 35 mph on roads with visible markings and can warn the driver and counter-steer if necessary. This feature helps prevent accidents caused by unintentional lane drifting, especially at high speeds. Lane Assist provides an extra layer of protection and peace of mind for the driver, allowing them to focus on the road ahead.
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Lane marker identification
This system is designed to keep drivers safe on the road. It can recognize certain lane markings and warn the driver with a steering correction if the vehicle leaves the lane without activating a turn signal. This feature is valuable for the driver because it helps prevent accidents caused by distracted or tired driving. With Lane Assist, drivers can feel more confident and in control of their vehicle.
Easily activate or deactivate to meet your needs
Lane Assist can be turned on or off through the infotainment system or by pushing the assist systems button. This feature allows the driver to customize their experience based on their preferences and needs. Whether driving on a busy highway or a winding road, Volkswagen has the assist systems drivers need to help make driving easier and safer.
The ins and outs of lane keep assist
How it works
If you’re driving 35 mph or faster, Lane Assist can help keep you from going over the lane lines. If your vehicle begins to drift into another lane without your turn signal on, Lane Assist can warn you and, if necessary, counter-steer to help ensure you stay in your lane. If the counter steering doesn’t prevent the car from going over the line, the steering wheel will also vibrate to help notify the driver.
System will engage automatically, as long as:
- Use your turn signal when you intend to switch lanes so that Lane Assist does not intervene.
- You can turn Lane Assist on / off in your digital cockpit or your infotainment screen.
- Lane Assist is switched to ACTIVE.
- You are driving above 35 mph.
- The system is able to sufficiently detect lane lines.
May not work in the following conditions:
- If you use your turn signal, Lane Assist will not attempt to keep you in your lane.
- Unclear lane markings
- Driving below 35mph
- Driving on a narrow curve
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