So driving to work today and this happened:
Anyone familiar with Pasadena Calif will recognize this area as the 210 E transition to the 210 E / 134 where the right 2 lanes keep you on either of those freeways while the left 2 lanes take you into Pasadena.
On a typical morning I will frequently encounter cars sitting stopped in my lane waiting to illegally cut to the left across the gore point to stay on the 210. When this happens, if I approach a car too quickly from behind, my forward collision warning alarm rings out.
This morning I encountered the opposite where a big rig moved from the 210 lanes into my lane in order to come into town.
As you can see from the video there was a very near collision and I had to brake hard from 70 down to 35 to avoid the collision.
As you can hear from the dashcam video, there was no forward collision warning sounded and the car also took no evasive action such as emergency braking. I did all the work to slow the car.
I was not using EAP at the time.
I guess my question is, why not collision warning though? It constantly goes off for cars that are parked on the side of the road or cars that slow suddenly in front of me. I have it set to "Early". Thinking about it, I have not had it go off since last week when I updated to 32.1. Perhaps something in the update reduced the sensitivity?