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Cruise Control

Cruise Control

The cruise control system is an electronic aid which helps to regulate the vehicle’s speed.

The system memorises and maintains the speed selected by the driver. The driver can also briefly increase or decrease the set speed manually by a defined increment and then – if desired – restore the previously stored speed. The cruise control system is deactivated by pressing the "Off" button or depressing the brake or clutch. Particularly on long journeys at a constant speed, the system makes life considerably easier for the driver. It also helps to maintain a particular speed (such as in roadworks on the motorway) and reduces the risk of driving too quickly.

Note:
For safety reasons, the cruise control system should not be used in heavy traffic or in difficult road conditions (on ice, in the wet, etc.).