Lane Change Assist

How does it work?

Lane Change Assist (LCA) is an Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) that helps drivers safely make lane changes and warns drivers of approaching cars in their blind spot. It utilizes rear radar sensors located in the back corners of the vehicle and is comprised of two control units and an integrated radar sensor. It can either provide a warning to the driver or actively control the steering and speed to complete the lane change. It is becoming more common among car brands and is important to have professionally calibrated after common occurrences like repairs.

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