Showing 6 ideas for tag "indicator"
(@zeldar) kudos icon 5

Convenience

Option to disable bing-bong when manually engaging Autosteer

When Autosteer is engaged the car goes bing-bong. This notification is not necessary since this is an intentional action. Provide a setting that disables this alert.

Also, when Autosteer is engaged and the driver uses the indicator it goes bing-bong as it disengages. This is an intentional action and so, again, the bing-bong notification is unnecessary. The setting should also disable this alert.

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(@samzacharopoulos) kudos icon +

Convenience

Option to set 3 to 6? flashes per indicator-tap

In some cases, just three flashes on an indicator is a little short / stops too soon. It would be nice if we can choose a few more options than either manually controlled or three (with no other options. (while limiting the minimum to three).

 

For example, I'd think that with my own driving, I'd either choose four or five for myself.

 

(The upper limit doesn't have to be six, could be ten!)

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(@bobtholomew) kudos icon +

Safety

Toggle indicator triple-flash setting

I rented a Jeep (back when I drove my i-miev) that had this (along with creep on/off), and my dad's Mazda does both, too:

 

Add car software ability to let user set to turn off automatic turn indicator feature where, if driving without Auto Lane Change active, the turn indicators flash three times if the turn indicator lever is activated by the driver for less than a maximum amount of time (Three flashes is an unsafely... more »

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(@shallowal) kudos icon 1

Autopilot

Speed limit indicator on screen to have a bigger "tap" spot

When speed limit changes and you want to reset the cruise to the new limit, the spot for tapping the speed limit icon is too small and difficult to quickly reach too. I find I have to repeatedly tap in the area until it recognises my efforts and frequently have my eyes off the road and focused on the screen instead.

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(@edkeven) kudos icon +

Safety

When Hold is engaged, turn 0 speed indicator Blue with H in it

When using the Hold feature at stoplights, it can be hard to see the white, small H indicator that shows Hold is engaged. On some occasions it isn't engaged. By changing the color of the 0 mph speed indicator and possibly add a small H inside it, the driver will have a much clearer and safer confirmation that Hold is actually engaged.

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