What is VSC system in Toyota Verso?
VSC is short for ‘Vehicle Stability Control,’ which is the stability control system that Toyota uses in their vehicles. Stability control helps your vehicle maintain traction and control by reducing—or completely cutting—power sent to your wheels.
Is VSC safe?
Recognised by experts across the world as being an active safety technology that saves lives, VSC significantly reduces the risk of understeer, oversteer or roll-over of the vehicle. The Queensland Department of TMR (2011) in conjunction with other external parties conducted research and examined 440 crashes in detail.
Is VSC the same as Traction Control?
If your vehicle is equipped with both traction and stability control, they will almost certainly be controlled by the same button, which may then be labeled ESC, VSC, or with the icon. For a complete list of traction and stability control acronyms, scroll to the bottom of this article.
How does Toyota VSC system work?
VSC is a system that helps prevent side skids and help stabilize the vehicle while turning on a curve. When the vehicle senses a loss of traction or a slip, braking is automatically applied to all 4 individual wheels and engine power is reduced to help secure the safety of the vehicle.
How do you reset VSC system?
Park the vehicle, turn off the engine and set the parking brake. Open the vehicle’s hood and disconnect the battery’s negative cable for 15 seconds, using an appropriate size socket. Disconnecting the negative battery cable will reset the vehicle’s computer and clear the “VSC” warning.
Which car has best stability control?
Top 5 Cars With The Best Stability
- 1) Audi Allroad. Audi is known for its superior Quattro all-wheel-drive system which is a good start for vehicle stability under any conditions.
- 2) Subaru Outback.
- 3) Ford Focus RS.
- 4) Ford Ranger.
- 5) Audi TT.