I was near Charleston, SC this past weekend and traveling over an undivided 4-lane bridge. I was following a Cadillac in the left lane northbound - we were both going around 50 mph. I was following at a "normal" distance (several car lengths) - not using TACC or AP at the time. A southbound SUV (also going around 50 mph) crossed the center line and slammed into the Cadillac. I hit the brake hard and steered toward the right to try to avoid the out-of-control Cadillac and a shower of debris that resulted from the impact. I don't consider myself an expert driver, but my 85D handled really well, and I was able to avoid the Cadillac, as well as the large curb on the right side of the road, and the debris. I came to a stop in the right lane (the Cadillac came to rest ahead of me in the left lane) without a scratch on the car. The Cadillac and the SUV were totaled, but the occupants were able to walk away from the crash thanks to airbags. I felt like I needed to give some props to the 85D for the way it handled in this situation.