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Volkswagen ID.3: Information on the pedals

Volkswagen ID.3. Fig. 1 In the footwell: pedals.
Fig. 1 In the footwell: pedals.

  1. Accelerator pedal.

  2. Brake pedal.


Objects in the driver footwell can prevent the pedals from moving. This can cause the driver to lose control of the Volkswagen ID.3 vehicle and increases the risk of serious or fatal injuries.

  • Make sure all pedals can always be pressed without obstructions.

  • Always attach floor mats securely in the footwell.

  • Never place floor mats or other carpet over the installed floor mat.

  • Make sure no objects can enter the driver footwell while driving.

  • Remove any objects from the footwell when the vehicle is parked.

  • Wear shoes that give your feet good grip for operating the pedals.


Not paying attention to road traffic can cause accidents and serious or fatal injuries.

  • Always comply with the applicable driving regulations and speed limits and think ahead while driving.

  • Take regular breaks on long drives. You should take a break at least every two hours.


Alcohol, drugs, medication, and prescription narcotics can considerably impair perception, reaction times, and driving safety, which can result in loss of Volkswagen ID.3 vehicle control. This can cause accidents and serious or fatal injuries.

  • Do not drive under the influence of alcohol, drugs, medication or prescription narcotics.


If a brake circuit is malfunctioning, the brake pedal may need to travel farther in order to stop the Volkswagen ID.3. A longer braking distance may cause damage to the vehicle.

  • Ensure that all the pedals can always be pressed without obstructions.

  • Press the brake pedal down farther if braking power is reduced.

Volkswagen ID.3 (E11, E12) 2020-2024 Owner's Manual

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