2017 CRV Touring - Pearl White w Black Interior
Per your owners manual, LKAS must be deliberately set each time you drive your vehicle.
Honda wants drivers to use LKAS consciously and with intention. This is for safety reasons, since it is a feature that takes over active steering-by-sensors.Thanks. That is disappointing. I was hoping that there was a work around.
LKAS is really meant to be active when ACC is active, from a functionality perspective. They really are coupled fairly closely in the Honda scheme of things in terms of HondaSensing.My Genesis G70 defaults to lane keeping assist on for each start, but the automatic high beams setting does not. That makes no sense at all. I also have to defeat the idle stop and go with each drive - that’s due to their need to show higher MPG. That I understand. I was hoping to find a ”trick” to have my wife’s CRV default to LKAS on.
Yep.There is a fair amount of hysteresis in the LKAS algorithm.
But I finally learned some of that "wiggle" was my Hankook tires trying to grab the grooves on an Interstate.
Seems to be more stable with Michelins, but still wanders more than I would like.
Whenever there's an exit lane to the right the car seems to start to follow it but quickly steers back to the main road.
Great approach by Honda though, because that very annoyance tends to retrain you the driver to use your turn signals... as you are supposed to.FYI, at first I found this annoying when I didn't use the turn signals when crossing a line on the side of the road...like entering a a right turn lane.
That is a good move by the state of Maine and I am sure this is to better enable sensing/driving systems in modern vehicles to do what they were designed to do and without sensor confusion.Regarding the LKAS tending to "want" to exit when passing the exit mouth, my 2018 EX had done that until recently, when Maine started painting dashed lines across the exit mouth. The LKAS now ignores the exit. I'm guessing that is why the state painted those dashes.