Warning Features

Our engineers rigorously test our warning features in the lab and on the road to keep you as safe as possible while you drive. However, there are some circumstances where the features may not work as expected.

Forward Collision Warnings

Forward Collision Warnings will be active when you are driving more than 30 mph. In order to function, Forward Collision Warnings require the camera to be facing forward and centered roughly on the middle of your driving lane and the horizon line. This allows your device to detect the road, which will activate the feature.

The warning system is only intended to detect and warn for upcoming cars and trucks and will not detect and warn for motorcycles, bicycles or pedestrians.

Certain conditions may stop Forward Collision Warnings from functioning correctly:

  • Obscured camera view due to objects, reflections, rain, snow, fog or frost on windshield
  • Harsh shadows or damaged asphalt/concrete on the roadway
  • Misaligned or missing lane divider lines due to wear or construction
  • Headlight or taillight glare from sun or other elements
  • Camera misalignment, which may result in no warnings or false warnings
  • Obscured lane divider lines due to snow, rain, fog, dirt, sand, salt, etc.
  • Obstructions on the road that may block the view of divider lines
  • Dark or low-light environments
  • Vehicles greater than 130 feet away or closer than 16 feet

Lane Departure Warnings

Lane Departure Warnings will be active when you are driving more than 40 mph. In order to function, Lane Departure Warnings require the camera to be facing forward and centered roughly on the middle of your driving lane and the horizon line. This allows your device to detect the road, which will activate the feature.

Certain conditions may stop Lane Departure Warnings from functioning correctly:

  • Obscured camera view due to objects, reflections, rain, snow, fog or frost on the windshield
  • Harsh shadows or damaged asphalt/concrete on the roadway
  • Misaligned or missing lane divider lines due to wear or construction
  • Headlight or taillight glare from sun or other elements
  • Camera misalignment, which may result in no warnings or false warnings
  • Obscured lane divider lines due to snow, rain, fog, dirt, sand, salt, etc.
  • Obstructions on the road that may block the view of divider lines, such as vegetation and more
  • Very bright or dark low-light environments
  • Extremely narrow, wide or winding roads
  • Certain types of roads, such as on- or off-ramps and merge lanes
  • Destinations far from the road, close to a turn or maneuver, or located on a very curvy or hilly road