New owner , new forum member. Apologies if this is in the wrong group. Hello all! I've an A-Class 2019 SE Exec Auto and have noticed some odd behaviour with (what I presume is) the traction/stability control. When driving around 40/50mph on country lines sometimes lorries coming the other way seem to send the car's electronics into a spin. I can feel through the wheel that the traction control has activated for a few seconds (I hear the 'clicks' also). The dashboard shows the image of a car (from the top down) along with a long red line down the left hand side. I presume this is the side of the car that has experienced the traction/stability issue. Is this normal? It happens at times you'd expect to feel the car 'buffeted' by an oncoming vehicle (ie a lorry) - so is it just overly sensitive? Should I worry about this? It doesn't half make me jump when it happens though - and I'm convinced the stability control activation does more to cause a dangerous situation than to avoid one. Can I turn this 'feature' off? Other than that - lovely car! Jason.