Q: How do I use ParkSense rear park assist?

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How do I use ParkSense rear park assist?

The ParkSense rear park assist feature helps you detect items behind you when you’re reversing your vehicle. The park assist comes on only when your vehicle is in REVERSE, and only when you are driving at less than 11 mph. The system will beep at you when your rear bumper is nearing an item, with increasingly fast beeps the closer you get to the item. If the electronic vehicle information center (EVIC) is on, you will also have a display showing how close you are to an item.

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