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Hyundai Tucson: Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Warning (RCCW) / Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Warning Settings

Rear Cross-Traffic Safety

With the ignition switch ON, go to User Settings > Driver Assistance > Parking Safety > Rear Cross-Traffic Safety (for cluster type) or Setup > Vehicle > Driver Assistance > Parking Safety > Rear Cross-Traffic Safety (for infotainment system type) from the Settings menu to turn Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Warning on and off.

WARNING

When the engine is restarted, the Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Warning turns on. If Off is selected after the engine is restarted, Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Warning does function until the next time the vehicle is started.

Information

You can change the Warning Timing and Warning Volume settings for Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Warning from the Settings menu. For more information, refer to the "Driver Assistance System Settings" section in this chapter.

    Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Warning (RCCW)
    Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Warning uses the rear corner radars to help detect vehicles approaching from the left or right while your vehicle is reversing, and to warn you that a collision is ...

    Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Warning Operation
    Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Warning may warn your vehicle depending on the collision risk level. Collision Warning To warn you of an approaching vehicle from the rear left or right of your ...

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