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I've got the ACC with stop and go and I drive 54 miles one way to work. 48 Miles of my commute is highway through the gauntlet of SE Michigan.

First morning commute and here are my thoughts:
1. It takes the stress out of driving
2. I don't trust it enough when traffic goes from 60 to 0
3. Still trying to find the optimal following distance at highway cruise... bouncing between 2 and 3 bars (following indicators)
4. Allows me to focus more on Pokemoning
 

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I've got the ACC with stop and go and I drive 54 miles one way to work. 48 Miles of my commute is highway through the gauntlet of SE Michigan.

First morning commute and here are my thoughts:
1. It takes the stress out of driving
2. I don't trust it enough when traffic goes from 60 to 0
3. Still trying to find the optimal following distance at highway cruise... bouncing between 2 and 3 bars (following indicators)
4. Allows me to focus more on Pokemoning
Priorities ;)
 

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Very cool but like you I am skeptical.

If the car hits someone while in this mode I am still at fault so I'd rather be in control.
I've had a chance to use this a bit more... and I'll tell you that I'm gaining more and more trust. I've even had situations with people cutting into the gap and the car handles it well. I still brake hover when I know things are getting dicey, but I've never had to intervene.
 

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I agree with you drbob1, not so much getting older, although that sure beats the alternative, but anything that can be a backup in moments of distraction or unanticipated actions by traffic or pedestrians is a plus and was a big part of my own justification in getting those options. I haven't really tried them yet but I like have the option in such a great performing package.

Ken
 
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