Operation and function

Operation and function  - Driver Alert System - Comfort and driving pleasure - Volvo XC60 Owners Manual - Volvo XC60

LDW can be switched on or off by pressing the

LDW can be switched on or off by pressing the button on the center console. A light in the button illuminates when the function is on.

The trip computer display shows Lane Depart Warn Standby <40 mph (Lane Depart Warn Standby <65 km/h) when the function is in standby mode.

When LDW is in standby mode, the function is activated automatically after the camera has monitored the roads side marker lines and the vehicles speed exceeds 40 mph (65 km/h).

Lane Depart Warn Available will be displayed.

If the vehicles speed falls below 37 mph (60 km/h), LDW will return to standby mode and Lane Depart Warn Standby <40 mph (65 km/h) will be displayed.

If the camera can no longer monitor the roads side marker lines, Lane Depart Warn Unavailable will be displayed.

If the vehicle unexpectedly crosses the lanes left or right side marker lines, the driver will be alerted by an audible signal.

No warning signal will be given in the following situations:
The turn signal is being used
The drivers foot is on the brake pedal
The throttle pedal is pressed quickly
If the steering wheel is moved quickly
In sharp turns that cause the vehicles body to sway

See page 176 for information on the cameras limitations.

WARNING
The driver will only be warned once for each time the wheels cross a marker line. No alarm will be given if a marker line is between the wheels.

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