I guess I may have used the wrong name, I thought what you describe was the convenience package. Here is my problem:
1. I have a bad habit of driving too close to the center line. I get frequent warnings and am trying to change. The videos on YouTube have a sound warning with the visual warning which I do not get.
2. On the highway at higher speeds once in a while I get a warning that I am too close to the vehicle in front, again without any sound. The videos also show that you can set the warning distance but I find nothing about how to do it in the manual.
Never heard the sound warning on normal driving where you drift close to the line. Have heard it and a message on the dash (DIC) when I tried out the lane keep assist with hands off the steering wheel (did this at a time when the highway was deserted).
About half the members of the Facebook Bolt EV Owners Group say that D is more efficient on the highway than L, and the other half say the opposite. What do the members of this group say? Does anyone have proof?
Considering getting a used Bolt. I'm fairly familiar with gas cars, but never have gone full electric. Many articles like this one state maintenance is a lot lower for EVs (including the Bolt) than with gas. What do current owners pay per year for maintenance on your Bolt?
Pulled up to a stoplight on the way to work today next to a gigantic Ram pickup. When the light turned green he floored it, so I decided to have some fun. Naturally I smoked him, and left him eating dust.
A couple of lights later he pulled up and rolled his window down, and said “Is that thing...
Hello! I'm Chris F. and I work for General Motors. I'm a user experience researcher on the design team that works on mobile apps and websites. We are working on new concepts for the MyChevrolet mobile app and need input from Bolt EV drivers that use the mobile app. Your input will help us...
I did my first long day-trip in a couple months yesterday. San Jose, CA to Fort Bragg, CA and back (450 miles, round-trip). The roads were pleasantly uncrowded for a nice Saturday in June. It took one fast charging session to make the trip work - a 1 hour stop in Laytonville at a 62.5kW...