Nautilus Recalled Because It’s Not Warning Drivers to Keep Their Hands on the Steering Wheel

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There’s an issue with the system that alerts drivers to keep their dang hands on the steering wheel while driving the 2019 Lincoln Nautilus. About 2,276 of the vehicles are located in the U.S. and another 371 are recalled in Canada, and all were built from September 5, 2018, to November 19, 2018.

Automakers need to install these monitors because people are confusing driver-assist technologies, like lane-centering and adaptive front steering, with driver-replacement technologies.

Don’t be that person.

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