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New video series: children explain the functions of ŠKODA driver assistance systems.
Front Assist and City Emergency Braking sense the vehicles moving in front of you - while driving - and will alert you when a potential collision is upcoming.
The Volkswagen Fatigue Detection System (Rest Assist) senses when you are tired, and alerts you to indicate that a break from driving is needed.
When it comes to purchasing a new vehicle, an important factor to consider is the vehicle's Total Cost of Ownership, especially when it comes to purchasing vehicles for your business.
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Traffic Jam Assist uses proven functions such as ACC Adaptive Cruise Control and Lane Assist to allow easy and slow driving in traffic jams. Your vehicle will follow the vehicle ahead and automatically operate the accelerator and brakes within the limits of the system so the vehicle is kept in the lane.
Park Assist is a feature found across many of our new Volkswagen and ŠKODA models. When activated, it will help you steer into available parking spaces, as well as steering out of them if needed.
Some of our Volkswagen diesel vehicles are fitted with an advanced emissions control system which ensures these vehicles meet the new EU6 exhaust emissions regulations. AdBlue is the fluid that helps this system and your vehicle to run smoothly.
Lane Assist is a feature found across selected Volkswagen models. It can sense if you start to drift into another lane without using your indicator, and will help to steer and keep you in the correct lane.
The majority of our Volkswagen new vehicle range are equipped with a Blind Spot Monitor with a Rear Traffic Alert. These features help to detect vehicles that are in the blind spot, and assist while reversing with limited visibility.