Chevrolet Bolt EUV 2023 Take Over Alert User Guide
Take Over Alert
Super Cruise will not maintain the vehicle’s speed while the steering wheel light bar is flashing red. If the steering wheel light bar flashes red, immediately resume manual steering to prevent serious injury or death. If you do not resume manual steering, the vehicle will begin to slow in the same lane and eventually come to a complete stop on the road.
To begin steering manually, hold the steering wheel firmly (with both hands) using the highlighted regions as shown in the picture below.
Any time the steering wheel light bar flashes red, resume manual steering immediately. The instrument cluster light will also turn red and a message will display in the Driver Information Center (DIC). In addition, beeps will sound. After you begin steering manually, then Super Cruise will disengage. To view Collision and Detection options, touch the Settings icon on the infotainment home page. Select “Vehicle” to display the list of available options and select “Collision/ Detection Systems”.
The red flashing steering wheel light bar could occur under any of the following conditions:
- Lane markings are poor, or visibility is limited.
- The Driver Attention System (DAS) does not detect that the driver’s head and eyes are directed toward the road.
- ACC is canceled.
- The vehicle is on a tight curve, or the lanes are too wide, or the vehicle goes into a curve too fast.
- The compatible road ends.
- The vehicle is approaching an intersection controlled by a traffic light, stop sign, or other traffic control device.
- A Super Cruise system fault occurs.
Attention to the Road
Super Cruise is a driver assistance system and cannot accurately detect or predict all situations. Super Cruise is not a crash avoidance system. To prevent serious injury or death, 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 0 167. Super Cruise also cannot determine whether you are awake, asleep, impaired, or properly focused on safe driving. The vehicle could crash into other vehicles, drive out of the lane, or drive off the road. Complete attention is always required while driving, even while using Super Cruise. Be prepared to take over steering or apply the brakes at any time.
To prevent serious injury or death, be alert and pay special attention when passing highway exits, entrances, and crossings with Super Cruise, and be ready to take control of the vehicle when necessary. Changes in lane markings around exits and entrances can momentarily cause Super Cruise to not detect the correct lane. If this occurs, Super Cruise may attempt steering inputs to bring the vehicle back into the correct lane and, in rare circumstances, could over-correct and cause the vehicle to momentarily cross into a lane next to your vehicle unless you manually steer to maintain your lane position.
The Driver Attention System (DAS) on the steering column continually monitors driver head and eye position to estimate driver attention to the road. The camera does not record or share pictures, audio, or video. Sunglasses, hats, or other types of clothing that change the shape of the head may interfere with camera performance. To improve camera performance, raise or lower the steering wheel, or change the seat position.
Pay close attention to the road ahead to avoid these three increasing alerts:
Stationary or Very Slow-Moving Objects;
Super Cruise is not a crash avoidance system and will not steer or brake to avoid a crash. Super Cruise does not steer to prevent a crash with stopped or slow-moving vehicles. You must supervise the driving task and may need to steer and brake to prevent a crash, especially in stop-and-go traffic or when a vehicle suddenly enters your lane. Always pay attention when using Super Cruise. Failure to do so could result in a crash involving serious injury or death.
Curves in the Road
The vehicle could drift out of your lane of travel. To prevent crashes, always be ready to manually steer.
Super Cruise may not detect your lane on curves in the road. Super Cruise may not detect the markings that show your lane.
You may not have time to react to a vehicle in the lane next to your vehicle while on curves in the road.
Super Cruise may operate differently in sharp curves. It may drift out of your lane of travel if the curve is too sharp.
When entering a curve, Super Cruise may not detect the lane markings and may not adjust the steering enough to stay in your lane of travel. When this happens, you will need to steer the vehicle. Super Cruise may detect other lane markings that are not in your lane and may or may not steer appropriately to maintain your lane.
Super Cruise may occasionally provide an alert and/or steering that is considered unnecessary. It could respond to lane markings in different lanes, signs, guardrails, and other stationary objects when entering or exiting a curve. This is a normal operation. The vehicle does not need service.
Other Vehicles Entering Your Lane
Super Cruise may not detect a vehicle that enters your lane, or may not brake fast enough to avoid a crash. You must manually brake and steer the vehicle.
Intersections; Vehicles Crossing the Road Ahead
Super Cruise will not brake the vehicle when approaching an intersection that is controlled by a traffic light or stop sign. Super Cruise will not detect vehicles crossing the road ahead, including at intersections, and will not automatically steer or brake to prevent a collision. You must manually brake and steer the vehicle.
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