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I'll be driving down to Paris later on this week and was wondering if anyone with a UK spec W177 Premium Plus spec car with the adaptive multi-beam headlights knows whether you have to change settings in MBUX when driving on the right side of the road in France? Or do the adaptive lights sort themselves out without having to manually change anything?
 

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Think I’ve read that you don’t need to do anything. Car adapts :cool:
Thanks, that what I would have thought too. But I've flicked through the owners manual and I can't see anything that covers running a right hand drive car in europe or vice versa. If anyone has a link to any definitive information I'd very much appreciate it...
 

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Look up ‘Driving Abroad’ in the online manual...

Driving abroad (symmetrical low beam)
It is not necessary to adjust the headlamps. The legal requirements are also met in countries in which traffic drives on the other side of the road.
 

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Many thanks @Fergus, I will check the online manual in the car in the morning
 
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