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How to Use the Blind Spot Information System for CR-V
Honda's blind spot information system uses advanced technology to make you aware if a vehicle is detected besides you. Customize the system for audio or visual alerts, or turn it off—here's how.
The system is not a substitute for your own visual assessment before changing lanes. BSI may not detect all objects behind or to the side of a vehicle and may not detect a given object; system accuracy will vary based on weather, size of object and speed. Driver remains responsible for safely operating the vehicle and avoiding collisions
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