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Drivers Don’t Trust Lane Centering Systems, IIHS Finds

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ARLINGTON, Va. — Drivers remain skeptical about lane-centering systems, even though they are relatively confident in the performance of adaptive cruise control systems, according to recent research conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

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Don't have it on the Jag but mom has it on the Subaru...I've seen quirky alerts when I have driven her car.  There are times where I have a signal blinking before I cross the dotted marking on the lane and it STILL tries to beep like I was not paying attention.  Quite annoying...

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While certainly not the only measure of safety, there are only 1.25 deaths per 100,000,000 vehicle miles traveled in the United States.

 

I wish we would take the R&D money that's going into features like this and redirect it toward actual problems.

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Mine gets confused in the rain . Last week a car passed me on the freeway and the system thought the stripes left by their tires was the roadlines and....nearly veered me right off the road. Now I turn it off in the rain, but in good weather is works just dandy. 

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