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Lane Keeping Aid
Lane Keeping Aid (LKA) is designed to actively steer the vehicle on freeways, highways and other major roads to help the driver reduce the risk of the vehicle unintentionally veering out of the lane.
Steering assistance with Lane Keeping Aid
Steering assistance with Lane Keeping Aid (LKA) only functions if the driver's hands are on the steering wheel, which the system continuously monitors.
Activating/deactivating Lane Keeping Aid
The Lane Keeping Aid (LKA) function is optional – the driver can choose to have the function activated or deactivated.
Selecting type of assistance for Lane Keeping Aid
The driver can determine what types of assistance Lane Keeping Aid (LKA) should provide if the vehicle veers from its lane.
Lane Keeping Aid symbols and messages
A number of symbols and messages related to Lane Keeping Aid (LKA) may be displayed in the instrument panel.
Lane Keeping Aid symbols in the instrument panel
Lane Keeping Aid (LKA) uses symbols in the instrument panel for various situations.
Lane Keeping Aid limitations
In certain demanding driving conditions, Lane Keeping Aid (LKA) may not be able to properly assist the driver. In these situations, it is recommended that the function be deactivated.