South Central PA
- 2018 CX5 Touring
- w/ Pref Pkg
I actually get lulled into going slower than I want to and for that reason I prefer "regular" cruise control.
And there it is...the distraction assist. I've experienced this as well...and that would mean I was operating my machine distracted and not paying attention.
I prefer RACC on the straighter 2-lane state roads at the lower speeds 35-50mph. It does a good job of delivering better over-all fuel economy on my daily commutes than I do most weeks w/ my right foot. Highway speeds, I don't use RACC at all due to the speeds and its non-existent peripheral awareness. I'll use std. CC if it's not too crowded. At highway speeds I'm driving thus I'm paying attention to what's going on all around me.