Re: Cruise Control contributing to deaths on Vic roads??
With cruise control on, you have less to worry about and more time to take in the traffic around you, I find it so much easier to stay more aware of what is happening around me with cruise set then not, I really fail to see how it can contribute (unless you fell asleep of course) to accidents, when if you hit the brake it cancels, or you can cancel it any time.
I find alot of the time i have it set lower due to someone slowing and speeding who doesnt have cruise, they are doing 90-105, i set it on 92, all evens out and I can watch them and the road and NOT my speedo.
I did put something here, but it vanshied, I think
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