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Gamifier

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Re: LKAS at slow speeds
« Reply #15 on: Today at 05:33:49 PM »
Just a shame some of them are on by default.

In my short ownership I've found RDMS to be the major pain so off it goes each journey.

you are not used to signaling before changing lane? I am interested in what situations it annoys you

Jazzik

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Re: LKAS at slow speeds
« Reply #16 on: Today at 05:44:45 PM »
Just a shame some of them are on by default.

In my short ownership I've found RDMS to be the major pain so off it goes each journey.

you are not used to signaling before changing lane? I am interested in what situations it annoys you

RDMS has NOTHING to do with lane changing... Maybe in your Ford, but... 

NoelM

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Re: LKAS at slow speeds
« Reply #17 on: Today at 07:11:15 PM »
It seems to me that a few people here think that Honda Sensing is turning the Jazz into an autonomous vehicle. (Un)fortunately! Honda Sensing (including LKAS, ACC, RDMS, etc.) is nothing more (and nothing less) than a driver support system!
You are the driver, not the car. You are responsible and not "the system".
Let that system help you where it can, but you should be in control!
And before making all kinds of nonsensical comments: read the manual!

Well said

Gamifier

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Re: LKAS at slow speeds
« Reply #18 on: Today at 07:14:10 PM »
Just a shame some of them are on by default.

In my short ownership I've found RDMS to be the major pain so off it goes each journey.

you are not used to signaling before changing lane? I am interested in what situations it annoys you

RDMS has NOTHING to do with lane changing... Maybe in your Ford, but...

So when does the steering wheel resists turning for you?

Jazzik

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Re: LKAS at slow speeds
« Reply #19 on: Today at 07:37:08 PM »
Just a shame some of them are on by default.

In my short ownership I've found RDMS to be the major pain so off it goes each journey.

you are not used to signaling before changing lane? I am interested in what situations it annoys you

RDMS has NOTHING to do with lane changing... Maybe in your Ford, but...

So when does the steering wheel resists turning for you?

What do you care, in your Ford Focus...?

Kenneve

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Re: LKAS at slow speeds
« Reply #20 on: Today at 07:40:28 PM »
When driving on a narrow country road and you need to pass an oncoming car.
If you pull in close to the verge, then RDMS will attempt to steer you away from the verge and into the path of the oncoming car, which is not funny! :(

Neil Ives

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Re: LKAS at slow speeds
« Reply #21 on: Today at 08:02:46 PM »
When driving on a narrow country road and you need to pass an oncoming car.
If you pull in close to the verge, then RDMS will attempt to steer you away from the verge and into the path of the oncoming car, which is not funny! :(
Yup, I've had to persuade the car not to move out towards an oncoming vehicle in those circumstances.
Neil Ives

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Re: LKAS at slow speeds
« Reply #22 on: Today at 08:36:24 PM »
When driving on a narrow country road and you need to pass an oncoming car.
If you pull in close to the verge, then RDMS will attempt to steer you away from the verge and into the path of the oncoming car, which is not funny! :(
Yup, I've had to persuade the car not to move out towards an oncoming vehicle in those circumstances.

Same here - it's generally good but went crazy once when I was on a narrow winding country road without a white line in the middle.

Was bleeping away and flashing a warning because it thought maybe the whole road was the lane and it thought I was too far left of the lane. Luckily nothing was coming the other way at the time.

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