Most Iowa drivers have experienced a case of lead foot driving down I-29, U.S. Highway 75, Iowa Highway 60 expressway, and other roads in the Sioux City area. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a subtle reminder of the speed limit? Possibly avoid an unnecessary traffic ticket? Traffic Sign Recognition (TSR) from the Honda Sensing® suite can actually detect posted speed limit signs on certain roadways and notify the driver. Join Vern Eide Honda Sioux City as our staff explains how Traffic Sign Recognition works and which Honda models have TSR.
So how does Honda’s driver-assist feature work? The Traffic Sign Recognition system utilizes a small, forward-facing camera to detect posted speed limits and display the traffic sign information on your vehicle’s Driver Information Interface and Head-Up Display (if equipped). Like any piece of driver-assist technology, TSR does have its limitations and it’s important not to rely solely on this system for traffic sign information. Not all traffic signs will be displayed due to factors such as your vehicle, environmental conditions, and the country you’re driving in.
While nearly all new Honda vehicles are standard equipped with the Honda Sensing suite, Traffic Sign Recognition is only available on certain Honda models. Continue reading to find out which Honda vehicles have TSR.
All new Accord and Accord Hybrid cars come standard with TSR at every trim level.
All new Honda Insight models are equipped with TSR.
From LX to Elite, each and every new Odyssey is outfitted with TSR.
Access the links below to learn more about the driver-assist features from Honda Sensing.