Lane departure warning and lane keeping assist must be able to read painted road markings. If these road markings are partially covered by snow, ice, leaves or mud, the lane departure warning and lane keeping assist will not function.
One of those safety technologies is lane keeping assist. Regardless of what the manufacturer calls it, the lane keeping system is designed to help keep the vehicle driving in the correct lane, even if the driver is distracted or becoming drowsy.
Lane keeping assist is a feature that, in addition to the lane departure warning system automatically take steps to ensure the vehicle stays in its lane. Some vehicles combine adaptive cruise control with lane keeping systems to provide additional safety.
Lane Keeping System does not control steering. Driver Assist features are supplemental and do not replace the driver’s attention, judgment and need to control the vehicle.
The available LKAS is engineered to gently correct your steering when you begin to leave a detected lane without signaling, applying torque progressively to the steering to help guide you back to the centre of the lane.
With lane-departure warning (LDW), visual, audible, and/or tactile warnings—such as steering wheel or seat vibrations—alert the driver when the car crosses lane markings. The system does not ...
How to use the Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS) This system is designed to make driving more convenient by helping to keep your vehicle in the middle of a detected lane. Learn how to turn the system on and off, and what to expect when it’s operating, by watching this video.