The safety benefits of such systems, the study concluded, aren’t reliable. The systems become particularly dangerous when drivers over-rely on the technology and don’t notice when the systems disengage—which they often do with little notice, AAA noted. Of all of the errors that the systems made on open-road testing, 73 percent involved instances of lane departure or erratic lane position.
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