2020 White Limited Hybrid
I tried that and didn't really notice the difference - maybe I need to try again
I got sideswiped back in 2001 by a truck driver trying to switch from left to right who didn't see me. Rolled the car. I don't like to think about what would have happened had his wheel had lugnuts like those abominations on it.
Try "drive on left" to see if it is more centered for you rather than hugging the right side. That change has worked for many of us.cons: it does seem to hug the right side. This is great if you’re in the right lane. However passing is a little too close for comfort so I turn it off to pass. Also I’ve seen a very subtle ping pong mostly to the right median and the center.
My assessment almost word for word... passing not so much bother for me, but I would add this if you are new to it, highways, be careful of other people in front of you getting off on short off ramps, the car reads them as stopping.... and will slow down a lot abruptly as a consequence (ppl shouldn't be tailgating anyway ). I use it in the right lane less as a consequence. And use the free time to threat hunt... that driver who will dive into your lane or following to closely so you can hit the gas or the brake in the right order....I just did a 600 mile drive and a few commutes to work. Overall pretty great system.
pros: in stop and go traffic it is great. Don’t have to really do anything with ACC and LC on. Also, If no one is around at high speeds, you can relax and zone out. It handles turns pretty well.
cons: it does seem to hug the right side. This is great if you’re in the right lane.
I believe so... single marker and it changes what it follows. No lane marking, going slow and following another car (when locked on) is also an issue on gentle curves...the car in front of you is slightly to the left or right.I’m wondering if the ping pong effect some folks experience could have something to do with the road width and/or road markings.