Honda Sensing, as we all know, is a suite of automated services to make our clarity's safer. Do you use all of them? For my part, I use ACC regularly, including low speed follow (useful in construction zones/stop n go traffic). Sometimes I use LKAS, though the road I commute on has a few spots where it's too curvy for LKAS or the lane markings dissapear, making LKAS behave slightly erractically. I do keep CMBS on, but I get a lot of false positives on curvy roads, as it senses a car that appears to be approaching me but it's actually on the other side of the 2 lane road. However, I've had to turn off Road Departure Mitigation after 3 unpleasant (and potentially dangerous) experiences. As I live in a rural area, much of my travel is on winding, narrow, 2 lane mountain roads. Once, some bicyclists appeared suddenly, so I swerved to the middle of the road (there was no approaching traffic, though there was a double yellow) to avoid them. However, RDM tried to swerve me back into them - I had to fight the steering wheel to avoid hitting them. A few days later, a similar situation occurred with a rural mail delivery jeep - the RDM tried to push me into that truck as I swerved to avoid it. On another occasion, I was going up a steep curvy incline on an interstate, and as I was passing an 18-wheeler, the RDM tried to push me closer than comfort towards the huge truck. Fed up, safety features be damned, I've turned my RDM into notification only - no steering wheel jiggle nor torque. I feel safer now. Anyone else had issues with RDM or other parts of the Honda Sensing Suite?