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Are modern trucks equipped with sensors so that the driver will know not to drive under a bridge that is too low?

Yes they are. It’s called “the driver”. The driver comes with eyes that can read clearance signs, and a brain to compute whether the number is greater than or less than than 13′6″. If the number is less than 13′6″, the driver is equipped with a leg, which he uses to hit the brakes. Professional drivers who hit marked bridges have to find a different job, so don’t even worry about them. Actually, there are height sensors, along with a bunch of other sensors, in many new trucks. For the most part, they’re just a source of constant annoyance. I deliver brand-new trucks for a living, so I see all kinds of different configurations. I’ll be driving along, listening to an interesting podcast when, all of a sudden, the truck will start screeching, the dash lights up, and my podcast is interrupted. Usually, this is the result of a mailbox on the side of the road, or an overpass just beyond a hill. Worse, some systems will actually slam on the brakes! Since I’ve never had anything but false alarms, I don’t really appreciate the “help”. The other one they’ve got, and which really annoys the living shit out of me, is a lane detector. You go slightly out of lane, as you often do, or you go through construction where the lanes are rerouted, (as you often do), and the noisemaker comes on, and your podcast is interrupted. Then you have to rewind the podcast to hear the part you missed. You used to be able to turn it off when it first came out, and it would stay off until you restarted the truck. Now, you can turn it off, but it comes back on by itself in a couple of minutes. Whenever I get one of these trucks, it drives me nuts all day. I like the Adaptive Cruise Control, as it’s called. It’ll keep you at the same speed as the guy in front of you, and some will even bring you to a stop, (although it’s a kinda rough stop). The thing that always drove me nuts was being behind someone driving with their feet. You’re trying to use cruise control, but the idiot in front is slowing down, speeding up, slowing down, and speeding up. Adaptive Cruise solves that. Aside from that, I can do without all the other crap. This load, I’m driving a trucker’s truck, and it’s a real pleasure. Nothing beeping or screeching, I can hit the white line and no noise, 18-speed transmission instead of automatic, all the controls are on the dashboard where they belong, not the steering wheel or column, no ratchet-back turn signal, and you have to remember to turns the lights out all by yourself. Oh, and my podcasts never get interrupted! On the plus side, all this crap reminds me that autonomous trucks are still a long way off, and my job is secure.

What is it like owning or driving a Mercedes Benz AMG G63?

The Mercedes-AMG G63 and G65 are the Bash Brothers reincarnated in automotive bodies. They’re effortlessly cool simply for being what they are: old-school players in a new-school world. Nothing about them makes sense, and that’s the whole point. What’s New for 2017? The changes to the G63 and G65 were minimal for 2017. Mercedes-AMG redesigned the instrument cluster and added the Parktronic parking assistant, Distronic Plus adaptive cruise-control system, and blind-spot monitoring to the list of standard equipment. Minor exterior changes are barely noticeable.

Which Audi car do you think is most worth its price?

Well, the Audi R8 is basically a Huracan for half the price, so there’s that, but honestly the best value in my opinion is the RS5 Sportback. Yes, it’s $74,900, but it makes 444hp and 443lb-ft of torque and coupled with Audi’s Quattro all wheel drive system, makes 0–60 in 3.8 seconds. To be fair, that’s fast but the $60,000 C8 Corvette is ,way, faster (sub 3 second 0–60, 595 horsepower), so it’s not the most amazing bargain in performance on the planet. Don’t get me wrong, that’s still blazingly fast, with only a few cars on the roads able to come close. What’s really impressive about it is that it goes like stink but still has four doors, a liftback (a rear hatch that looks like a sedan’s more traditional trunklid), and comfort like you’d expect from a premium luxury sedan. And Audi has never skimped on technology - the RS5 is a premium platform with premium technology offerings. (Note the normal looking rear end) (See the utility that hatchback provides without losing that sexy sedan rear-end?) MMI® Navigation plus The MMI® Navigation plus with MMI® touch allows drivers to enter navigation destinations and telephone numbers by simply “writing” them. When paired with Audi connect® PRIME and PLUS, the system enables Google Earth™ with 3D satellite imagery, a Wi-Fi hotspot for up to eight passenger devices, local traffic and weather, flight information, news and more. (MMI Navigation plus in dash with MMI touch above the center console) Bang & Olufsen® sound system with 3D sound The available Bang & Olufsen® sound system with 3D sound provides concert hall definition with 19 speakers, 16-channel amplifier and 755 watts of power. Audi smartphone interface This standard feature enables Apple CarPlay® or Google™ Android Auto™ interface, allowing you to control and integrate your compatible smartphone’s features, such as navigation and select third-party apps. It can be controlled through the MMI® interface, voice control system or steering wheel controls. Head-up display The available full-color head-up display can project relevant information regarding the car’s speed and navigation directly onto the windshield, with the RS-specific head-up display featuring enhanced telemetry such as lap times, oil temperature and a shift light. Audi connect® You can connect your Audi to your world with Audi connect PRIME, an intuitive system that integrates sought-after information like Google Earth™ imagery, weather conditions and traffic information. The RS 5 Sportback offers standard Audi connect CARE assistance and security services with a limited time subscription. Audi pre sense® basic In the case of an impending collision, Audi pre sense® basic can intervene to prepare the vehicle for impact. This process includes pretensioning the front safety belts, precharging the brakes, beginning to close the side windows and sunroof, and starting to shift the seats upright. Audi adaptive cruise control with Traffic jam assist This available feature helps maintain a set distance from the vehicle in front, including braking and accelerating as needed. The stop & go function allows for automatic braking to a standstill and will resume with the flow of traffic. Traffic jam assist provides gentle acceleration, braking and steering guidance when traveling at speeds between 0 and 40 mph. In conclusion,, you have a family sedan with the utility of hatchback, the luxury of a premium Audi product, some of the best automotive technology features on the planet, and it can haul ass too. It’s probably the best all-arounder on the market., There’s cars that can beat it in any individual category, but looking at the total package, nothing else really comes close.

What are some bad things about owning a hybrid vehicle?

I’ve had mine for less than two months. But since those particular two months include over ten thousand miles of driving, it seems appropriate to say a little. Purchase price. I could have gotten the exact same car with a traditional drivetrain for significantly less, though the difference was nowhere near as great as if I’d been buying brand new. Strictly in dollar terms, I may never make that back. The battery. Seriously, it takes up half the area that, in the regular Fusion, would be trunk space. My one suitcase will only go in standing on edge, and that only if I mash and bend on it to force it under the lip at the top. This did leave room for a few small items, but it largely removed the temptation to buy souvenirs on my trip because there was nowhere to put them. Had I traveled with even one other person, their stuff would have had to go in the back seat, where it might tempt thieves. Now, I knew the size of the trunk when I bought it, and it’s fine for my everyday use. But it wouldn’t be find for everybody. And I certainly can’t just keep stuff in there because it might come in handy, or because I don’t know what else to do with it. Fear factor. I used the spare tire on my previous car two or three times. This car doesn’t have one. There’s no room: part of the well that would hold it is covered by that huge honking battery, so there’s only an inflation kit instead. And in many circumstances, including at least one of the flats I got with the Taurus, an inflation kit would be useless. Plus the gunk expires, so if I want to keep even that useful, I have to remember to replace it every few years. Fear factor 2. Not having any personal reference point for how this type of car wears and how likely various failures are, it was much easier to talk me into an extended warranty than it otherwise would have been. Though the other newish features I’ve never had before, like adaptive cruise control and the touchscreen control system, along with its being the end of a long, stretched day had enough to do with that that I can’t entirely blame the hybrid system.

Why do all car makers have radar cruise control but still haven't reached the level of Tesla's fully autonomous autopilot?

Because adaptive cruise control is only a tiny part of what is involved in autonomous autopilot. It needs all the other cameras and sensors which Teslas are equipped with, and which are lacking from other cars, plus all the software required to integrate this to form a reliable control system.

What is your review of Kia Soul?

There’s no hiding in plain sight when you’re driving a Kia Soul; its expressive styling is what intrigues shoppers to take a test drive. Its unexpected refinement and available high-tech features, however, are the real reasons to buy. What’s New for 2018? Only a few changes were made to the Soul for 2018. The base Soul’s Convenience package now gets an upgraded UVO3 infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, plus automatic climate control.Kia will offer a limited run of Soul Plus models equipped with last year’s Plus Primo package, which adds adaptive cruise control, automated emergency braking, a panoramic sunroof, and leather seats with heat and ventilation.

Which computer-based control system is more complex, the auto-pilot in a passenger jet or the one in a self-driving car or truck?

A high-end car today may have nearly a 100 million lines of code — ,according to this article,, 14 times more than a Boeing 787 Dreamliner (7 million) — spread across 100 or more separate microcontrollers. Even a mainstream auto has probably 50 microcontrollers and 10 million lines of code. At CES 2016, ,Ford announced, they have 150 million lines of code in their latest version of the F150. Those numbers, particularly for automobiles and trucks, include not just the auto-pilot features, but all the systems in the car such as engine control and entertainment centers. I’m not sure what’s all included in the 787 numbers. But still. Airplanes have had ,autopilots ,for many years. They are designed to keep the plane level, using an ,inertial guidance system,, and on course, based on the desired heading and either signals from the ground (in the past using ,LORAN-C,, now using satellite navigation such as ,GPS,). But they don’t have to worry about other vehicles or other obstacles directly ahead, behind, or beside them. Automobile ,autonomous driving systems, are actually more complex. They range from ,adaptive cruise control,, to ,lane-keeping assist,, all the way up to completely self-driving vehicles, such as ,Waymo self-driving taxis,, currently being tested in my area (near Phoenix, AZ). Autonomous vehicles use a combination of ,lidar,, radar, and cameras to make their way among traffic, and GPS for navigation. A year ago we bought a Subaru Impreza which has three separate LCD screens for the driver. It also has a system called ,Eyesight, which uses two cameras located on either side of the front mirror, and can pick up lane markings so that if I should start to wander outside of a lane, it will actually steer itself back into the middle. Plus it has front and rear collision avoidance systems, and adaptive cruise control (follows the car in front of me). So there is a lot of image processing going on here.

What is autopilot in cars?

Autopilot is another name for cruise control. Originally, it was identical to standard cruise control. These days, it’s a name for adaptive cruise control, usually with automatic lane centering. Currently Tesla is the only automaker marketing a driver assist system with that name, and it has those features, plus automatic lane changes, as well as the a few other features.

What are the uses of embedded systems and machine intelligence in automobiles?

A high-end car today may have ,nearly 100 million lines of code, — several times more than a Boeing 787 Dreamliner — spread across 100 or more separate microcontrollers. Even a mainstream auto has probably 50 microcontrollers and 10 million lines of code. Some of these processors may be ARM-based with large memories, for example controlling the media center (what used to be the radio) and navigation, and possibly running Linux; while there are many more that are simple 8-bit devices with dedicated tasks such as operating the windshield washers or power windows, and not running an operating system at all. We just bought a new Subaru Impreza which has three separate LCD screens for the driver. It also has a system called ,Eyesight, which uses two cameras located on either side of the front mirror, and can pick up lane markings so that if I should start to wander outside of a lane, it will actually steer itself back into the middle. Plus it has front and rear collision avoidance systems, and adaptive cruise control (follows the car in front of me). So there is a lot of image processing going on here. In addition to cameras, some vehicles also use LIDAR (,Light Detection and Ranging,). Plus many cars are now connected to the Internet, so you would have wireless capabilities as well. And of course networking to tie all of this together. A common networking scheme using in autos is the CAN (,controller area network,) bus. Autonomous vehicles, which are already on the road, have a lot more of the above, plus mapping functions and probably voice recognition/response. This is all in addition to the computers that have been in cars for some time now to ,control engine-related functions, — timing, fuel mixture, etc.

What's a better choice between Audi, BMW and Mercedes? I currently drive a 2002 BMW 3 Series and am looking to upgrade. My budget is around $30k.

Personally, I'd cancel audi from the list. In the last couple of years, we had a few audis and we had trouble with all of them. They're not reliable and have a massive fuel consumption. I also don't like the design of the interior, but that's something you need to decide about. That leaves us with Mercedes or BMW. Here are two questions which should help you decide: What kind of driving style do you prefer?, sporting -> BMW comfortable -> Mercedes As already mentioned by Erwin Karim, you can choose between various driving modes, which allows you to switch between sport and comfort mode in well equipped cars of both manufactures. There are only small differences between Mercedes and BMW. For example, in a BMW you can hear the engine just a little louder than in a Mercedes and the view over the distinctive designed hood gives you the little extra sportive feeling in a BMW. How many people do you plan to transport regularly in the car at the same time?, Maximum of two adults and maybe one or two children -> Mercedes C-Class or BMW 3 series More than two adults -> Mercedes E-Class or BMW 5 series Space is really rare in the smaller cars. My dad owns a C-Class and it is really no fun to drive with three or four adults in it, especially for a long distance. Some thoughts about the different cars, I picked them based on your needs mentioned in the question and your budget. Mercedes C-Class W204 (2011-2015), It's the facelift version, so all the bugs are removed and you get a relatively new car for a good price. Mercedes first introduced the Intelligent Light System (ILS) with active bending lights in the middle class in this car. They also started to offer various different driving assistance systems: PRE-SAFE DISTRONIC PLUS (keeps a certain distance to the car driving in front of you) PRE-SAFE Brake (if the system senses that a collision is imminent, the breaks apply automatically) ATTENTION ASSIST (warns you, when you start to fatigue) Active Blind Spot Assist Active Lane Keeping Assist Parktronic with Active Parking Assist A camera mounted behind the rear view mirror recognises road signs and displays them in the navigationsystem and the instrument cluster. For your money, you also get the COMMAND Online navigationsystem with internet connection and the possibility to pair your phone via Bluetooth or cable. Mercedes E-Class W212 (2009-2013), The design of this car is pretty edgy and beamy, not everybody likes that. Since it was produced a few years earlier than the W204, it doesn't offer all the driving assistance systems that the C-Class has. PRE-SAFE Brake is not available no Active Parking Assist, the car just gives you advice for the angle of steering The Blind Spot Assist and Lane Keeping Assist is available, but they're not active. The car only gives a visual and acoustic warning. Nethertheless there are a few other systems available for this car such as the night vision assist and the absolutely fabulous Airmatic. This air suspension guarantees a smooth ride on the worst roads, a must-have if you decide to buy the E-Class. If the internet connection is very important to you, I recommend that you get a car manufactured after July 2011. In that month, Mercedes replaced the old navigationsystem and started to build in the new COMMAND online. BMW 3 series E90 LCI (2008-2011), Although this car is a facelift version as well, it's the oldest one of the four cars. You really notice that when it comes to the list of assistance systems. There's only one system, the Adaptive Cruise Control (same as DISTRONIC PLUS from MB). From September 2008 onward BMW put the new iDrive Professional Navigation (CIC) in the E90. It supports internet access, has a 80GB hard drive disk, a higher resolution and is generally more responsive than the predecessor. Of course you can connect your phone and they also offer something called Concierge Service. You can call them and ask for the nearest gas station, restaurant, etc. and they'll send you the adress right into the system. You sadly have to pay for that service now, since the car is a bit older. In Germany it costs $276 per year. BMW 5 series F10 (2010-2013), The F10 offers a lot of assistance systems similar to the ones of the W204, just with a different name: Active Blind Spot Detection Lane Departure Warning High-beam Assistant Active Parking Assistant Active Cruise Control with Stop & Go function Collision Warning with Brake Application In addition the BMW offers: Surround view (side and top) Night Vision with pedestrian detection Keyless Go And most important: a Head-Up Display, where all essential information (e.g. Speed, distance to the destination, etc.) are presented. On top of all that you have the option to get the iDrive Professional Navigationsystem. A fully detailed list about the assistance systems: ,Page on kneb.net If I'd be in your position, I'd get the BMW F10. It's the car that offers the best features, it's relatively new and has the best interior/exterior design. That's a surprising conclusion, I've been a big Mercedes fan for years, but it's simply the better car. If you had more money tough, I'd recommend you to buy the newest E-Class model. ;) I hope that gives you a good overview. The best way to find out which car is best for you, is to go to a local dealership and take these cars for a test run. Let me know which car you decided for. Oh - and don't worry about being confused, a car usually explains itself and there's a certain thrill that you get by discovering new features. :) pictures are all from wikipedia

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