I wrote about this in the Version 6.0 thread but nobody seemed to agree with this concern so I thought I would open this up as I can't imagine I'm the only person that has this problem. Basically there are a few places where I raise my suspension in order to enter a back alley where they have a very steep entry point. Obviously this is very useful particularly as I need to access my parking lot via this back alley when I go to work. As there are a few different spots where I may access this alley I have a few different spots saved for auto raising. the problem is that these auto raising points have at least a 1/2 block radius which means I can be driving down the main road and my car will auto raise. At best this is mildly annoying as I don't really want it to raise but at worse I keep getting alarms because the car is trying to raise and the speed does not allow the car to raise. I'm starting to notice this in other places. There is a small shopping center near me that has a very steep drive in. I have been raising suspension to enter this drive which is useful particularly as it is not safe to slow down turning into this drive; however, I am again noticing the car raising when I drive past this shopping center even though the entry point is from a different road. I'm not entirely sure what the answer is, should the radius be configurable? Might be excessively complicated. Maybe it should be speed dependent. For example if it is not allowed to raise suspension above a certain speed then don't sound the alarm as a warning. I'm wondering if it is possible to apply a slightly smarter algorithm to this feature.