Thanks for the info! And, ah well, the semi-autonomous cars like Tesla (or the highest spec ID.3s) are a lot more money, so I'll have to keep driving myself instead of letting the computers do it for me for a few more years yet!
I'll me interested to see how the ACC compares to in my current e-Golf, which I also love. Obviously, great for motorways, but I find where it really shines is on single-lane national speed limit roads where you're behind someone else. Just set the ACC, and you're always at the right speed. Don't have to worry about slowing down for corners because, if the car in front slows for them, then you will too. As you say though, you do have to nudge it with the accelerator sometimes to move off from stationary in a reasonable time.Had not watched much tesla self drive youtube content till had my ID3 and while the tesla fsd option is good it does seem to switch off a fair bit ie UK roads are not great for it, motorways better.
Find with ACC driving is easy enough and actually am more attentive to traffic ie work load of keeping to limit reduced. Queues are very easy now, acc is a bit slow on roundabouts but usually manages them. Would like the acceleration to be less sharp when limit increases.
Oh... god... and, I could be risking my whole Family! 😧 Yes, you’re right, I will be careful! 😁LKA seems like a good extra safety feature that can save an accidental lane drift most of the time but it's certainly nothing that I'd want to bet my Life on, you see what I did there!