Join Date: Nov 2012
Location: Cambridgeshire, UK.
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Lane assist: new windshield, camera and cover and vibrating motor in steering column. Not very hard to retrofit either as far as I can tell. Not many wiring required either.
Not a fan of lane assist. I sometimes have it on "just in case" but then it annoys me when, say, overtaking on the motorway you complete the manoeuvre I don't generally indicate back into the inside lane unless traffic is particularly heavy. Which leads to a gentle tussle with the wheel as I've not used the indicator.
So you prefer to 'tussle' with the steering wheel instead of indicating?
Actually I didn't mean it that way I had an advanced driver lesson a few years ago and remember that was one tip I was given - if there are no cars around then no need to indicate.
I am genuinely asking if you prefer to 'overcome' the force on the steering wheel as ALA intervenes rather than indicate, knowing that the indication will prevent that force? I guess I'm the same as you, if I have just overtaken a car then I see no need to indicate when pulling back in, however if ALA is on then I certainly will indicate as it's not really much effort is it?