On Sat, 16 Feb 2008 20:00:52 -0500, "Stormin Mormon"
But I don't think its criticism goes far enough. It spends a lot of
time saying not to use cruise on wet roads, and says that whoever
wrote this in the first place didn't understand cruise, but barely
addresses the false statements in the post I quoted.
But thanks, and thanks to all who replied.
BTW, I live in Baltimore, but if I have to go more than 15 miles on
the xway and it's not crowded, I'm likely to use cruise. Lulling me
hasn't been a problem. I feel I can give even more attention to the
I liked the GM cruise better when all the controls were on the turn
signal, and the Chrysler cruise less when they are on the center of
the steering wheel. We'll see what the next car has.
I have had some accidents over the last 44 years, but none have been
at cruise speeds. All have been fender benders at low speeds. I
guess that's why I'm alive to type this.