In a car that has adaptive cruise that holds the car there, yes. Driven tens of thousands of miles without incident. You know you rely on about 4500 computers every time you get in your car right? The one they planned the car on, the one they built the car with, the one that operates the car, the one that operates the traffic signals, and the ones that operate every other car you will see on that drive. But no god dang puter 'gon operate my brake!So if you're stopped behind a vehicle you rely on the computer and not your foot.
I think you touched on one of the most important aspects of these systems and one the op failed to perform. You need to fully understand how these systems work before jumping in and using one.I apologize for the super long response...this kind of thing is just something I’m passionate about because I deal with it daily. I’m not making any judgments on anyone or their driving habits...just putting out hopefully useful and enlightening information.
Keep on Jeeping!
Nobody is on their phone guy, calm down. Read thoroughly before responding.It’s adaptive cruise control, not full self driving. You shouldn’t be on your phone, you should be paying attention to the road. In an area with stop signs, your adaptive cruise control will follow the guy in front of you right through the intersection. Drive the car and let the ACC maintain following distance, but when it comes to fully stopping you should be aware of your surroundings.
Some people love to enforce their beliefs on other people rather than choose to agree that what they believe in is different than someone else and we can coexist. his posts seem to criticize those who do not believe in using ACC rather than just state that he thinks ACC is a good thing and respect the opinions of those who do not.Haha, man, he is upset. Apparently I am supposed to take the bus, even though I wasn't talking about me... he just can't keep up. There are stupid people out there, a lot of them. At least 72 million in the united states alone we recently learned.
ACC and automatic braking are two different things. ACC is an optional convenience feature, automatic braking is an optional safety feature that should probably be installed on every car going forward, it will stop a lot of accidents. Oh but I forgot, we can just tell people that cause accidents to take the bus. Problem solved!Some people love to enforce their beliefs on other people rather than choose to agree that what they believe in is different than someone else and we can coexist. his posts seem to criticize those who do not believe in using ACC rather than just state that he thinks ACC is a good thing and respect the opinions of those who do not.
Your 72 Million comment is simply disrespectful to someone's political beliefs and I refuse to participate in that mud slinging as we as a nation are already divided enough. For now let us agree that you think ACC is superior and like using it while many of us do not like using it. Learn to coexist for once.