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Important information on operation and road safety
The PCM (Porsche Communication Management) system is the central control unit for the radio, disc operation (CD/DVD, USB, iPod, and an external audio source), the sound settings, the onboard computer, the navigation, and the telephone.
To avoid danger or injury to yourself and others while using your PCM, the following must be taken into consideration:
Accident hazard. Distraction could result in you losing control of the vehicle.
Injury hazard. Opening the housing or a damaged housing represents a hazard due to invisible laser radiation.
Accident hazard. The navigation system serves only to assist the driver and provide a suggestion for the route of the journey. This does not release you from complete responsibility for your correct conduct in traffic according to the Road Traffic Regulations or other relevant regulations.
As the driver, you must assess the particular traffic situation. You alone bear the full responsibility for road safety.
Injury hazard. The telephone must not be used near explosives or flammable materials (e.g. at a gas station) or near operations involving explosives.
Cell phones must be switched off in certain hazardous areas such as near gas stations, fuel depots, chemical plants, and demolition work in progress using explosives, for example. The electric spark from the cell phone could ignite chemical vapors near these hazardous areas, which could result in serious personal injury or death.