I just took a 2 hour drive for fun. Since I work from home I am seldom in rush hour traffic. However, I hit some stop and go traffic that you would normally see while commuting here is Southern California. Since you ask the question I decided to time the nags when completely hands free. However, I normally have my right hand resting at about position 5 with my thumb pointing to 6 and I get zero nags. So with hands free the time changes based on speed when going from 0 to 30 mph. The faster the more nags. Lap 1 = 1:43.23 Lap 2 = 1:00.61 Lap 3 = 2:04.91 <--- very slow traffic Lap 4 = :52.22 <--- traffic start to flow around 30mph so nag got shorter To remove the nag I used a single finger push against the bar going down to meet 6. Very easy to eliminate the nag.