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Queue Assist

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Hi, I have moved to a 2018 405 VSE from a BMW X5. I am used to the Auto hold feature in BMW, which is very useful in slow moving traffic and traffic lights. It seems Queue Assist should be similar but I haven't been able to figure it out yet. Anyone, please?
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Not sure what a VSE is. Queue Assist is part of the Adaptive Cruise Control system. Have you consulted your owners manual? I am not sure what else we can add.

"Queue assist operates at lower speeds than follow mode, allowing the feature to be used in slow-moving lines of traffic. Queue assist activates when adaptive cruise control is active and when a vehicle in the lane ahead slows to a standstill. Queue assist brings the vehicle to a standstill. Briefly press the accelerator pedal to move the vehicle from a standstill. Adaptive cruise control now maintains a constant gap to the vehicle ahead."
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