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- Emergency Lane Keep detects when you are too close to the edge of the road and steers you back away from the edge. This system can be turned off but switches back on each time the vehicle is started.
- Lane Keep Assist detects if you are about to cross a road marking without signaling and can be set in the instrument panel menu to either vibrate the wheel or steer you back into your lane. This system works in conjunction with the Lane Departure Warning system which is the visual indicator in the instrument panel that you're crossing a lane line. Lane Departure Warning (And presumably Lane Keep Assist along with it) can be toggled on and off using the steering wheel button when adaptive cruise control is not active.
- Blind Spot Assist detects if you attempt to change lanes into a vehicle in your blind spot and steers you back into your lane. This system can be turned on or off in the instrument panel menu
- Steering Assist is an optional feature that attempts to keep the car centered in its lane when adaptive cruise control is enabled. This feature is toggled on or off via the steering wheel button when adaptive cruise control is active.
 

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Thank you kkemp for providing a detailed explanation of the confusing array of lane keep / steering assist functions. I made it a sticky so that new users can easily find it.
 
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