How do I turn off Honda Sensing?

I love the features of Honda Sensing, but the system can become a bit too intrusive on poor roadways. How can I turn off Honda Sensing in my 2017 Honda Accord Touring?

The features of Honda Sensing are incredibly useful, but I can see why you may temporarily disable them. There are two buttons you’ll need to press to turn off Honda Sensing in your 2017 Honda Accord Touring.
To turn off road-departure mitigation, which prevents your vehicle from drifting off the side of the roadway, press the button located under the ECON button. It will be to the left of your steering wheel on the dashboard. The green light on the button will shut off.
To turn off the lane assist and adaptive cruise control systems, press the button labeled MAIN on your steering wheel. The indicators in the instrument cluster will turn off.
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Matthew Macgugan
Answered on Dec 21, 2021

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