What the heck is this? Not that he's speeding by 30+ mph... not that part. What's with the speed limit sign on the dash? Is the car actually reading signs?
Pretty sure this is an employee driving.How come some dealers are able to test drive and offering customers for test drive and some don't? I mean as of now all the Ascents which are rolling out to the dealers were pre production models only, which should not be driven on public roads.
For us, the car we're going to have here tomorrow is going to be our District Manager's car - the one he's being given to drive. So the insurance for that is his own insurance. When we went to the ride and drive, we had to show both our own drivers license's as well as our dealership insurance policy, in case we had an accident. (And that's normal policy when we're doing an event like that - been there, done that, many a time)Maybe Carl can weigh on how this works and why some dealers offer customer test drives and others don't. It could simply come down to insurance coverage and/or not wanting to deal with the potential for incident. Not all dealers are created equal.