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9/16/2013

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kfield
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Re: Remember Drivers Ed!
kfield   9/16/2013 4:20:34 PM
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Oh, I wondered what that lever on my steering wheel was for!

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Re: Remember Drivers Ed!
Max The Magnificent   9/16/2013 4:17:26 PM
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@kfield: Having been taught in driver's ed "Always keep your hands in the positions of ten and two on your steering wheel,"...

Speaking of Driver's Ed ... I don't know what it's like where you live, but down here in Huntsville, Alabama, it seems like I'm the only one who knows what the signals on the car are for. It's amazing to me how many folks just slam their brakes on and execute a turn without signalling (mutter mutter moan groan)

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Remember Drivers Ed!
kfield   9/16/2013 4:07:27 PM
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Having been taught in driver's ed "Always keep your hands in the positions of ten and two on your steering wheel," makes me wonder about gesture control in general. OTOH, until recently I always drove a stick shift, so I was violating that rule all along!

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Your experience of CUE?
junko.yoshida   9/16/2013 12:21:15 PM
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I have not used Cadillac's CUE. Has anyone out there had any experience with it? How do you like it? If you answer is yes, why?

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