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Automatic speed limiter
The Automatic Speed Limiter (ASL) function helps the driver to adapt the car's maximum speed to the speed shown on the road signs.
Activating or deactivating the automatic speed limiter
The automatic speed limiter function (ASL) can be activated and deactivated as a supplement to the speed limiter (SL).
Changing the tolerance for the automatic speed limiter
The Automatic Speed Limiter function (ASL) can be set for different tolerance levels. The tolerance is adjusted in the same way as the speed setting is in the speed limiter.
Limitations for automatic speed limiter
Automatic speed limitation (ASL) takes place using speed information from the Road Sign Information function (RSI) – not from the speed limit road signs that the car passes.