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If you get too close, an alert sounds as a warning.The avant-garde, gran turismo Arteon made its debut on the big stage at the 2017 Geneva International Motor Show.
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If you didn't take part in the drill, it's not too late .An annual Meeting is held each year in June at varying locations. If a collision is imminent, Autonomous Emergency Braking (included in Front Assist) can help brake the car. When driving, if you attempt to change lanes, the Blind Spot Monitor can help alert you to other cars that may be in your blind spot. It has sensors that can alert you to vehicles crossing in your path when in reverse and even brake for you if needed. On most models, Lane Assist will help steer to help keep you in the correct lane. Then it will help steer the vehicle into the space. The available Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) helps maintain a preset distance from the car in front of you. The available Park Distance Control (Park Pilot) has sensors that can help you back out of or drive into a parking spot.(didymo), also known as "rock snot" is a freshwater diatom (a type of alga) and was first reported in New Zealand in the Lower Waiau River in 2004.Didymo is currently found in over 150 South Island Rivers, but is not in the North Island.It forms flowing 'rats tails' that can turn white at their ends and look similar to tissue paper.