Hello everyone In which year did the ADAS option (adaptive cruise control(ACC) and Lane Keep Assist(LKA) ) become available. What was the earliest year when this option would have been available. My understanding (& and I maybe wrong here) is that it was available from 2005 and onwards? And which models & specs is it available on? Was it as option that had to be specified (and cost), or did it come as standard on certain models? - Anyone used the ACC & what do you think of it. Does the car try to slow down by reducing the fuel supply fisrt, or does it just slam the brakes on? - As for the LKA, anyone used it, and what do you think of it? does it only work on motorways? Will it work on country A roads. Does it turn the steering wheel by itself, or does it just give an audible warning? How does it perform in the dark? (is it as accurate in the dark as it is during daylight). How does it perform in heavy rain? (is the camera's view of the road impaired). And the worst case scenario, how does it perform in the dark and heavy rain? I guess no one has tried when the road markings are covered with snow.... Do you need to have both hands on the steering wheel in certain positions (i.e. 3 & 9 o'clock), or can you just have one hand on the steering wheel. My understanding is that it will cancel itself if the steering wheel is not held. The Honda video says it provides 80% of the torque to the steering wheel and 20% comes from the driver, not sure what that means. Is it the case that the driver still needs to apply some of the force to turn the steering wheel? Are there any visible signs that tell you whether a car has the ACC & LKA? Thanks for reading.