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hill start assist ??

Can anyone explain GM's "Hill Start Assist" ?

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If you are on a hill greater than 5%grade at a stand still with brakes applied the hill start assist will hold the brakes for an additional 1.5 seconds for you to apply the throttle and not have the vehicle roll back wards, saves the drive train some stress.

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I do that all the time.

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So where is the question? all it dose is eliminate the need for you to hold the brake with your left foot while idling up with your right because it dose this automatically.

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One more gadget dumbing people down. they dont have to learn how to start on a hill. Everything new is another step making this country ever lazier....
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Just like only offering a auto transmission on the new fords.

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One more gadget dumbing people down. they dont have to learn how to start on a hill. Everything new is another step making this country ever lazier....
just like the POP music you here on radio, it is simplicity repetitive

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One more gadget dumbing people down. they dont have to learn how to start on a hill. Everything new is another step making this country ever lazier....

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One more gadget dumbing people down. they dont have to learn how to start on a hill. Everything new is another step making this country ever lazier....
to add to the list, public schools

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Just like only offering a auto transmission on the new fords.
that one got me I like hand shakers

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