Volvo On Call Service CentreAvailable services vary depending on market.
To summon help in case of illness, external threats to the car or passengers, a Volvo On Call service centre can be alerted manually by depressing the SOS button for at least 2 seconds. A Volvo On Call service centre is notified, advised of the car's position and attempts to establish verbal contact with the driver to agree on the type of assistance required.
If verbal contact cannot be established, the Volvo On Call Service Centre contacts the necessary assistance (police, ambulance, recovery, etc.) to help with the appropriate action.
Prioritise public emergency numberAvailable services vary depending on market.
It is possible to set up the system so that the car phones a public emergency call centre instead of a Volvo On Call service centre. See the separate instructions.
Emergency call centreApplies to markets where a Volvo On Call service centre is not offered.
To summon help in case of illness, external threats to the car or passengers, an emergency call centre can be alerted manually by depressing the SOS button for at least 2 seconds. The necessary assistance (police, ambulance, towing, etc.) can be determined via verbal contact.
The SOS button must only be used in the event of accident, illness or an external threat against the car and its passengers. The SOS function is only intended for emergency situations. Abuse may lead to supplementary charges.
The Volvo On Call app and ON CALL button can be used for all other servicesAvailable services vary depending on the market., including roadside assistance.
When the collision alarm is activated the system attempts to establish contact with the country's Volvo On Call service centre. If this is not possible, then the call is routed to the designated emergency number for the area where the car is located.
The ON CALL - and SOS buttons can be deactivated when the car's electrical system is in ignition position I, II or if the engine is running:
Select SOS/On Call button lock to deactivate.