Lane Keeping Assist System scans road markings, and if you begin to drift from your lane without signaling, it will use both visual and tactile alerts to notify you. A Lane Departure warning will appear in the multi-information display, and the steering wheel will vibrate to get your attention quickly. The Lane Keeping Assist System can also provide steering input to help the car stay centered until you take action.
Can I Turn Lane Keep Assist Off?
The Lane Keeping Assist System, as well as other Honda Sensing driver assists, can be turned off if you so desire. Here’s how:
The Honda Sensing package of driver assist systems comes standard, or is an available option, on most new Honda vehicles, such as the Accord Sedan, CR-V crossover, and Pilot SUV. In addition to LKAS, Honda Sensing includes the following:
The Lane Keeping Assist System is one of the features you’ll find as part of Honda Sensing, but not Toyota Safety Sense. TSS offers Lane Departure Alert, but it doesn’t apply steering torque to help keep your car centered in its lane.
If you’re ready to try out Honda safety features, such as the Lane Keeping Assist System or Forward Collision Warning, contact us to schedule a test drive at Brown Honda of San Angelo. In addition to the full lineup of exciting new Honda models, we offer a wide array of new vehicle specials for Odessa area drivers. Learn about other tech features like HondaLink, then stop by our Honda dealership near Lubbock today!
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