Chevrolet Bolt EUV 2023 Super Cruise User Guide
If equipped, Super Cruise can steer to maintain lane position under certain conditions on compatible highways that are separated from opposing traffic.
Super Cruise can only assist to maintain lane position when driving on compatible roads. You must supervise the driving task and monitor the road conditions. You may need to respond to traffic events by steering, braking, or accelerating. See Defensive Driving. Super Cruise is:
- Not a self-driving system
- Not a crash avoidance or warning system
- Not a substitute for proper supervision of the driving task.
Super Cruise uses the following to detect the current lane position and lane markings ahead on compatible highways under certain conditions:
- Global Positioning System (GPS) sensing . A high-precision map
- GPS-enhancement data downloaded through OnStar.
Super Cruise works with Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), which controls acceleration and braking while Super Cruise is enabled and operating. Review and understand both this section and the ACC section before using Super Cruise. See Adaptive Cruise Control (Camera) 0 188. An active OnStar or connected service plan that includes Emergency Services is required to use Super Cruise.
Super Cruise does not perform all aspects of driving, nor does it do everything a driver can do. Super Cruise only steers to maintain lane position. Super Cruise can only be used with Adaptive Cruise Control. Super Cruise does:
- Not prevent crashes or warn of possible crashes.
- Not steer to avoid stopped or slow-moving vehicles, construction barriers or cones, motorcycles, children, pedestrians, animals, or other objects on the freeway.
- Not steer in response to vehicles or objects next to your vehicle, including vehicles attempting to enter your lane.
- Not respond to traffic lights, stop signs, or other traffic control devices.
- Not change lanes.
- Not make turns.
- Not steer to merge onto or to exit freeways.
- Not detect, steer to avoid, or steer through construction zones.
- Not function on surface streets.
- Not respond to crossing or oncoming traffic.
- Not function in city driving conditions.
Some state and local laws may require hands to be kept on the steering wheel at all times. Only remove your hands from the steering wheel if Super Cruise is engaged, it is safe to do so, and it is permitted by state and local laws.
Failure to supervise the driving task and to respond appropriately, even while Super Cruise is operating, can cause a crash. Super Cruise may not respond as you would to all driving situations and may not maintain lane position under all conditions. It is extremely important to pay attention to the operation of the vehicle, even while using Super Cruise. Do not use a hand-held device while driving, even with Super Cruise engaged. To prevent serious injury or death:
- Always remain properly seated in the driver seat with your seat belt fastened.. Never remove your hands from the steering wheel when Super Cruise is not operating.
- Always make sure traffic conditions are safe before using Super Cruise.
- Always keep the entire vehicle and the sensors clean. Sensors are on the front, sides, and rear of the vehicle.
- Always observe posted speed limits. Only use Super Cruise at or below the posted speed limit.
Super Cruise should not be used in complex or uncertain driving conditions, including:
- Not in construction zones.
- Not when approaching or exiting toll plazas.
- Not when approaching an intersection that is controlled with a traffic light, stop sign, or other traffic control device.
- Not when lane markings are not present or cannot be detected. For example, there is too much glare, weather conditions are poor, or lanes are poorly marked.
- Not on slippery or icy roads.
- Not in adverse weather conditions, including rain, sleet, fog, ice, or snow.
- Not on winding or hilly roads.
- Not for city driving.
- Not during heavy or emergency braking.
- Not on surface streets.
- Not on a road shoulder, service drive, or under an elevated freeway.
- Not when towing a trailer that does not meet GM-approved guidelines.
- Not in a highway exit lane.
When Super Cruise is Available
Super Cruise Indicator
Super Cruise is designed to operate only when:
- ACC is on. See Adaptive Cruise Control (Camera) 0 188.
- Automatic Emergency Braking is on. See Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) 0 217.
- Teen Driver is not active.
- The GPS detects the vehicle is on a compatible highway.
- Both the camera and the radar sensors are functioning and not covered, obstructed, or damaged.
- The Driver Attention System (DAS) detects
- The driver’s head and eyes are directed toward the road.
- The lane markings are clearly visible and able to be detected by the system.
Using Super Cruise
To prevent serious injury or death:
- Always check that Super Cruise is available before pressing .
- Only remove your hands from the steering wheel if the steering wheel light bar, , and are green. Super Cruise may not begin steering immediately, even when Super Cruise is available and has been pressed.
- Pressto turns on ACC. Make sure the white indicator is displays in the instrument cluster. See Adaptive Cruise Control (Camera) 0 188.
- Center the vehicle in the lane.
- When Super Cruise is available, the white will display in the instrument cluster.
- Press to engage both Super Cruise and ACC. ACC will set the speed at the current vehicle speed. If ACC has a previously set speed, it may resume at that speed.
- When engaged, the steering wheel light bar, and will display green.
When Super Cruise is engaged, when traffic and other conditions and laws permit, and when it is safe to do so, your hands can be taken off the steering wheel. Always pay attention to the road and the operation of the vehicle. Always monitor and be attentive of surrounding traffic, including vehicles that may cross the road in front of your vehicle. Super Cruise steering can be overridden with manual steering at any time. When Super Cruise is engaged, always be prepared to take immediate action — including steering, accelerating, and braking quickly, if necessary. Steering Manually and Changing Lanes The vehicle can always be manually steered, even with Super Cruise engaged; for example, when changing lanes. When the steering wheel is moved manually, the steering wheel light bar pulses blue andon the instrument cluster turns blue to indicate Super Cruise is not steering the vehicle. When ready to allow Super Cruise to resume steering again, position the vehicle in the center of the lane, hold the steering wheel until the steering wheel light bar turns green, and then release the steering wheel when it is safe to do so. Super Cruise does not respond to vehicles in other lanes near your vehicle.
To help prevent crashes before making a lane change:
- Always check mirrors.
- Glance over your shoulder.
- Use the turn signals.
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