I commute in very heavy SF bay area traffic for 2 hours a day. Riding in the carpool lane in commute traffic is nearly the ideal use case for EAP. No worries about constantly having to adjust your own speed etc. It could be heaven. However motorcycles lane splitting really puts a kink in this. Under even normal circumstances I dislike the lane-splitting allowed in California as I think it is dangerous and very disruptive to all the other drivers in the normal lanes. During carpool it is the worst, you have the main lanes moving 15-20, the carpool moving 35-45 and the motorcycles coming up at 50-60mph weaving back and forth in between. That is too many and too high of speed deltas in a very tiny (5 foot or less space) I think it is selfish to think that people in both lanes have to constantly veer away from you in order to allow you to safely pass. This also means for people in the carpool lane that they have to move into the center median which is often littered with debris and hazards destined at some point to take out a tire or more. If you don't move over you almost unanimously get rev'd engines, the shake of their head, the middle finger/shouts at worst, and all the while have someone scraping by your mirrors. Can you imagine the amount of people a single motorcyclist inconvenience along a 20 mile bay area commute just so they can lane split? I really don't know why CA allows it in these scenarios. Despite all this I had learned to be a good motorist and move over when I can. Well now with EAP, this results in only 3 possible outcomes. 1. Use EAP and have the above consequences (revving motors, head shakes, middle fingers etc) at least once every minute during my commute 2. Use EAP and manually disable it each time, again average once per minute, huge pain in the butt making it likely not worth the effort 3. Don't use EAP in what could be a near ideal use case. Thoughts?