When putting the car in reverse, the rear camera comes on. And, it stays on for something like 10 seconds after shifting to drive. The manual says this will happen, but I find it completely distracting. Once I back up and shift to drive, I'm ready to put on music or get into maps or check out information from the car. But the car insists on displaying the rear view until it stops. They do mention pushing other buttons to kill the rear view, but I'd it to be configuarable or removed. My Honda vehicles immediately turned off the rear view camera after shifting to drive. What is the advantage of keeping the rear view camera on for seconds after shifting to drive?