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Wondering if any drivers in any other countries(outside the US) are able to permenantly change the forward collision setting to Warning or Off. Here in the US if you change forward collision to Warning Only, it sets back to full after a restart. Thanks!
 

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Wondering if any drivers in any other countries(outside the US) are able to permenantly change the forward collision setting to Warning or Off. Here in the US if you change forward collision to Warning Only, it sets back to full after a restart. Thanks!
Mine is set to warning only and its been that way for 4 months..are you saying yours goes back to warning and brake after a restart?
 

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I'm in Canada and mine stays to warning only.
 

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I believe that mine reverts to warning and brake also.
 

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I believe mine reverts too. I've had the thing panic brake when it should not have done so and when it was dangerous to do so three times. I have had it not brake when it probably should have twice (once when there were two deer in the road and once when a CHP panic braked in front of me). It's a nice idea but at least Alfa's implementation is not something one can rely on.
 

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Mine reverts too and when on a track, if you're not in race, you need to remember each session to turn it off
 
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Mine reverts too and when on a track, if you're not in race, you need to remember each session to turn it off
Yep, that's where I learned it reverted.
 
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Just now replying to my own thread ?. @Crosshairs , yeah mine reverts every time. All modules are the latest versions with a 2.5 radio. Wondering if it is a U.S. nanny state setting. Maybe Alfa trusts another country more than us to drive our own cars? Wondering if I could change the market setting to allow it to stay in it's chosen mode.
 
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