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ACC is not working

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It's been just 2 weeks since bought my Volt.
in this morning, it started to refuse cruise control.
I don't know why, or what's the problem.
It just deactivated and make beep sounds.
I tried several times during on my way to work but it does not work any more.
WHAT THE ****!!! it's been just 2 weeks.!!

and the other problem is dealer shop is too far away from my home.
There is another dealer shop in near my home, anyone know that I can use that dealer shop?

Toyota ( my first vehicle ) was available about that situation.
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The human needs to learn the system capabilities.

1. There is a gap setting.
2. Like standard CC, brakes turn ACC off. In Volt, regen paddle also turns it off.
3. The operation is like riding with a teen driver. Very reactive instead of situational awareness.
4. Wash the dang car.
5. Environmental conditions can fool the sensors. Fog, rain, snow, sunlight, reflections at night, bumpy road, etc can all affect operation.
6. Stopped cars ARE NOT detected.
7. On curved or hilly roads, the camera and radar still point straight ahead.
8. Cars leaving or entering the lane are not detected immediately.

I use ACC every day. It is a rather large learning curve to use it in city traffic. I also drive in 'L' exclusively. For me, ACC seems to brake more smoothly in 'L'.
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