What Does The 'Lim' Button On The Proton X90 Do? Netizens Chime In With Hilarious Guesses

No, it doesn't stand for Lock In Missile, as much as we want it to.

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Gone are the days when cars were simple means of getting from one point to another

Today, almost all cars on the road are equipped with some sort of computer system to either keep the passengers safe, calculate mileage, control comfort features, provide entertainment or a combination of those and more. More often than not, these electronic systems are supposed to make your life simpler.

However, one of the Proton X90's driving assists button befuddled a user and he proceeded to seek clarification in a Facebook group.

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A recent post by a Facebook user went viral, after he asked what the 'LIM' button on Proton X90's steering wheel meant

In the comments sections, netizens chimed in to guess what the 'LIM' button meant, and the comments were simply priceless.

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For those of you who are actually curious about it, here's what the button actually stands for

According to one Facebook user, the 'LIM' button activates the speed limiter for the cruise control functionality. It sets the upper limit for the car's speed while cruising, meaning drivers may choose a desired speed limit and simply lift off their foot from the accelerator pedal and the car will try to maintain that speed.

Usually, most modern cruise control systems are designed to disengage automatically when the driver applies the brakes, ensuring safety and allowing the driver to regain full control of the vehicle quickly.

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Turns out, it's not to launch missiles or to levitate your car

It's a useful feature, especially during long-haul drives as it lets drivers relax their legs and reduce fatigue.

However, it is crucial drivers must remain cautious and pay complete attention to the road, so they can anticipate any potential mishaps and intervene if needed.

After all, safety always comes first.

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