Heading out on the streets of Columbus, Indiana, requires a certain degree of confidence and fun. When you head out with your family, you want to know you're Chevy is looking out for your safety. When you head out on I-65 or US 46, there is a lot of potential for distraction. That is why when you hit the town in the family-friendly Chevy Equinox from Chevrolet of Columbus, you are covered with a great list of standard driver-assist features. Chief among them is the Lane Keep Assist system.

What is Lane Keep Assist?

Lane Keep Assist is an advanced system that alerts you when you start to drift out of your lane without using your turn signal. But it is more sophisticated than it may sound. The Lane Keep Assist System of the 2021 Chevy Equinox comes paired with Lane Departure Warning. It uses your Equinox camera system to keep tabs on the lanes of the road you travel. It will sense when you drift to the left or right.

When the system is activated with Lane Departure Warning, it will give you an amber indicator if your sway out of your lane and gently glide you back into place. If it notices a trend, like drifting more than once, it will alert you with a beep. If you have the Safety Seat Alert, as well, your seat will give you another warning by pulsing on the side of your drift.

Lane Keep Assist has been available on the Chevy Equinox for some time now. But only recently has it become standard across the lineup. So, you know, when you shop for the 2021 Chevy Equinox from Chevrolet of Columbus, you are going to be protected. This high-tech system isn't the only standard feature you will find. Pedestrian detection, forward collision warning, and automatic high beam headlights simply add to the feeling of security you will get from this exceptional compact SUV.

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