The Mercedes assistance system can help drivers to change lanes safely: short-range radar sensors housed on both sides of the rear bumper monitor the areas directly alongside and behind the car. This process enables them to see if there is another vehicle in the next lane – in the so-called blind spot.12 nov 2008
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What is Mercedes direct steer?
The Sports Direct-Steer system adds to the comfort of speed-sensitive power steering with a variable steering ratio dependent on the steering wheel angle. On winding roads this leads e.g. to more agile vehicle response and increases straight-line stability.
ATTENTION ASSIST® uses sensors to learn about your driving habits and can detect if driver fatigue is causing you to make small errors behind the wheel. If the system detects these common driver-fatigue-related errors, it will encourage you to take a break from your journey.
To answer your question, yes, the LKAS works fine at night. It's a cool feature but I turn it off because I can't stand the steering shake or warning while changing lanes without using my blinkers(no traffic only) which I often do.21 ago 2017
Does Mercedes-Benz GLC have safety airbags? The top-end model Mercedes-Benz GLC 220d 4MATIC Progressive comes with 7 Airbags (Driver, Passenger, 2 Curtain, Driver Knee, Driver Side, Front Passenger Side).