I haven't completely figured out how/when the EAP brakes, so can someone clarify. I've understood that in normal situations the AEB will drop your speed by 25mph if it anticipates collision coming. Also if you have EAP enabled and you're following a car, it'll automatically slow down or speed up with the car in front, including full stop and resume after it resumes. So what happens if there's longer gap in traffic. Say for example the car you're following with EAP increases speed beyond EAP speed limit, so it'll gain longer gap between you two. Then it stops in traffic, would the EAP recognize it's the car we're supposed to follow and slow down / stops correctly, or would it only drop by 25mph? I guess similar question is what happens when you get in sudden traffic from empty road. Is the EAP smart enough to catch with the traffic, or will it only use AEB?