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Old 09-06-2014, 06:19 PM
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Nannies Give Good Hand Job!

I have a a bunch of nannies, but I have not figured out what they all do for me while I am driving. All I know is when I do spirited driving, they all go wild. The best part is the hand job! The vibration is great and actually encourages more spirited driving.

So, which nanny makes the steering wheel vibrate when you violate the guidelines? I have all the nannies BWM provide . . . I think.
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Old 09-06-2014, 06:26 PM
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the vibration is the lane departure warning, you can shut it off. on the left of the steering wheel there are a bunch of buttons, be careful about letting it vibrate too much, you can easily burn out the motor, and it probably costs a million dollars.
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What type of Nanny are we talking about?


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the vibrating steering wheel when you have the lane departure on
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I am not sure nannies with vibrators make good nannies...


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the vibration is the lane departure warning, you can shut it off. on the left of the steering wheel there are a bunch of buttons, be careful about letting it vibrate too much, you can easily burn out the motor, and it probably costs a million dollars.

I think the Collision Warning nanny kicked in since I was coming up fast to a car ahead; it actually brake for me! That was amazing. I think the blind spot detection nanny also vibrates the steering wheel, and when I do not signal with the lane departure, it vibrates too.

What I find with the lane departure nanny is that she can get very sensitive. I was driving on the part of the freeway where they recently remove old markings and put in new ones. The nanny did the hand job on the old markings.

I wonder if the night vision nanny will detect my neighbor down by the lake. He is cold as ice, and I would not mind testing it out on him. Perhaps the nigh vision nanny might work with the driver assistant plus nanny and stop for pedestrian at night. If it doesn't work, too bad neighbor.
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