User manual TOYOTA MIRAI

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[. . . ] Pictorial index Search by illustration 1 For safety and security Make sure to read through them 2 Fuel cell system Fuel cell vehicle characteristics, precautions, etc. 3 Instrument cluster Operation of How to read the gauges and meters, the variety of warning lights and indicators, etc. Opening and closing the doors and windows, adjustment before driving, etc. Operations and advices which are necessary for driving 4 each component 5 Driving 6 Interior features Usage of the interior features, etc. [. . . ] — When driving on a particularly bright road surface, such as concrete ● When driving on a road surface that is bright due to reflected light ● When driving in a location where the light level changes rapidly, such as the entrance to or exit from a tunnel ● When sunlight or the headlights of oncoming vehicles are shining directly into the camera lens ● When driving on roads that are branching or merging ● When driving on winding roads or roads that are uneven ● When driving on rough or unpaved roads ● When driving on a sharp curve ● When lane markers are extremely narrow or extremely wide ● When the vehicle leans to one side an unusual amount due to a heavy load or improper tire inflation pressure ● When the following distance between your vehicle and the vehicle ahead is extremely short ● When the vehicle experiences strong up-and-down motion such as when driving on an extremely rough road or on a seam in the pavement ● When headlight brightness at nighttime is reduced due to dirt on the lenses, or when the headlights are misaligned ■ When changing the tires Depending on the tires used, sufficient performance may not be maintainable. Using the driving support systems 221 ■ Warning messages for the LDA system Warning messages are used to indicate a system malfunction or to inform the driver of the need for caution while driving. If a warning message is shown on the multi-information display, read the message and follow the instructions. Also, even if a warning message is displayed, it will not impede normal driving. WARNING ■ Before using the LDA system Do not rely solely on the LDA system. The LDA system does not drive the vehicle automatically, nor does it reduce the amount of care you need to take. As such, the driver must always assume full responsibility for understanding his/her surroundings, for operating the steering wheel to correct the driving line, and for driving safely. Also, take occasional rests from fatigue due to driving over long periods of time, etc. inappropriate or negligent driving could lead to an unexpected accident. – To avoid operating the LDA system by mistake Switch the LDA system off using the LDA switch when not in use. 217) ■ Situations unsuitable for LDA system Do not use the LDA system in any of the following situations. Otherwise, the system may not function correctly and could result in an accident. — When driving with tire chains, a spare tire, or similar equipment ● When there are objects or structures along the roadside that might be misinterpreted as lane markers (such as guardrails, a curb, reflector posts, etc. ) ● When driving on snowy roads ● When pavement lane markers are difficult to see due to rain, snow, fog, sand, dirt, etc. — When there are visible lines on the pavement from road repairs, or if the remains of old lane markers are still visible on the road ● When driving on a road with lane closures due to maintenance, or when driving in a temporary lane ● When driving through construction areas 5 Driving MIRAI_OM_USA_OM62023U 222 5-5. Using the driving support systems NOTICE ■ To prevent damage to or incorrect operation of the LDA system Observe the following to ensure that the LDA system functions correctly. — Do not modify the headlights or attach stickers to the surface of the lights. If any suspension parts need to be replaced, contact your Toyota dealer. – Camera sensor Observe the following to ensure that the LDA system functions correctly. Performance could be affected if the windshield is dirty, or if raindrops, condensation or ice are adhering to the windshield. — Do not attach a sticker or other items to the windshield near the camera sensor. — If the windshield area in front of the camera sensor is fogged up, use the windshield defogger to remove the fog from that area. [. . . ] When locking the doors, make sure that you have the electronic key on your person. — The function may not operate properly due to the condition of the radio wave. 134) The rear door cannot be opened ● Is the child-protector lock set?The rear door cannot be opened from inside the vehicle when the lock is set. [. . . ]


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