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Currux Vision User Guide
March 2019
Thank you for choosing CURRUX Vision.

This guide will take you step by step through the functionalities of Currux Vision app.

For any further information, please contact us at admin@currux.com or by phone at (713) 955-6185. Thank you and have a safe drive!

Important Safety Information

BEFORE USING CURRUX VISION CAREFULLY READ THE FOLLOWING SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND WARNINGS.

WARNINGS
VISION IS NOT A SUBSTITUTE FOR SAFE AND ALERT DRIVING! DO NOT PERFORM ANY ACTIVITY ON VISION WHILE DRIVING!

By purchasing the Vision App, you acknowledged and agreed to use it in accordance with the terms set below and which are on the website and App. If you do not agree to these terms, please stop using the Vision App immediately.

You must be over 13 to use Vision.

Vision is a smart phone based app which includes an Advanced Driver Assistance System that alerts Drivers to some potentially dangerous situations. It is not an automated driving system and cannot affect how the vehicle responds nor can it substitute for any normal functions ordinarily performed to drive a vehicle. Thus, Drivers should not rely in even the slightest degree on Vision to assure their driving safety, but need to rely on their safe driving practices - stay alert in all driving conditions and obey traffic rules and regulations. Vision does not act as a substitute for any aspect of driver vehicle control or safe driving practices.

Vision is a state of the art innovation in smart phone apps, however it cannot and does not guarantee 100% accuracy in the detection of vehicles, pedestrians, or driving lanes or the provision of any related audio or visual warnings. Road, weather and other conditions can adversely affect recognition and response capabilities.

Any conditions that create partial or full blockage of the phone camera's view will result in no or reduced Vision functionality. Always ensure that the phone camera has a clear field of view. Always maintain full concentration on the road at all times including while looking at the Vision display.