How to Turn off Toyota’s Lane Assist Feature
When you first buy a new car, it is pertinent to learn about how some of the basic technologies of your vehicle function, like how to turn off Toyota’s lane assist feature.
What is Lane Assist?
Toyota calls their lane assist program the lane departure alert. The lane departure alert is part of Toyota Safety Sense and utilizes a camera on your windshield to help you avoid the consequences of unintended lane departure. The audible and visible alert system is designed to detect lane departure on roads with visible lane markings and will be activated once you hit a minimum speed of 32 mph.
Why would I use Lane Assist?
Lane assist is a helpful feature that can alert you when you may be swerving or veering in and out of traffic. The system is designed to help you stay safer as a driver and can be utilized for that purpose.
How to Turn off Toyota’s Lane Assist Feature:
- Locate the LDA button on the steering wheel, which looks like a vehicle veering out of its lane.
- Press the LDA button to activate the system, this will turn the LDA indicator and lane lines on.
- Press the switch again to turn the LDA system off. The system will remain on or off even if the engine switch is turned to ignition on mode.
Now that you know how to turn off Toyota’s lane assist feature, you can feel confident in knowing that you can use and turn off some of the wonderful features that come with your Wilde Toyota. If you still need some help with learning more about how your Toyota functions, then call us today! Our dedicated staff is always here to help you every step of the way! For more Tech tips and news, follow Wilde Toyota on Twitter or like us on Facebook.