You should be able to set ACC/LSF when driving at a speed that is 25 mph or higher. The interval is set using the "interval" button on the right side bottom of steering wheel controls.Thanks. So ACC should work between 25 and 45 mph? I tried it today, and it refused, although I forget the exact message.
Another question: the following interval is adjustable, isn't it? I seem to remember a driver information display that showed yards (and was blank, as I was stopped), but I couldn't seem to find it afterward.
Always keep your foot ready to brake, if for some reason the radar doesn't see the car in front of you, it will start to accelerate, CMBS won't recognize the stopped car in front of you and you will rear end them. These driver aids were never designed to fully replace us, the driver; just simply make our jobs a little easier when we choose to use them.I think you can't activate the ACC when using the brake unless at a complete stop. When I am at a complete stop and don't want to use the brake hold, I just hit the set ACC and it engages the Brake lock "Stopped". I have used the ACC during rush hour traffic but I have to think, at what point will the tech give out and I rear end someone. I'm kinda worried about relying tooo much on the tech. It is awesome though.
:nerd: As a geeky math add...As for the Distance indicators, they are speed sensitive, so it's not a set number of yards at all speeds. The closest setting is approximately 10% longer than the stopping distance at that speed. Generally I leave it at 3 bars, I find that 4 bars is just too much follow distance to avoid people constantly cutting in between. If I'm following someone, I'll run it at 2 bars. The closest setting is just too close for my comfort, factoring in human reaction time, in case of an emergency, I don't feel comfortable with that follow distance.