Has anyone else noticed on the Gen2 Cruze that the auto-headlights are way too sensitive to ambient light compared to many other cars? I drive on a lot of roads with tree cover and on a course of driving 15 minutes to work my headlights will turn on/off over 10 times. If I pass under a group of trees, and the reduced light lasts for even just 5 seconds, on come the headlights. Same thing trying to pull into the garage. Can't pull in without the dang headlights turning on. I've had a several other cars with the automatic headlights (all GM) and the Cruze is the only one that seems so sensitive like this. Seems ridiculous for the headlights to come on after literally seconds of reduced light. Is there anyway to fool it to thinking it's always light out? I know I can disable the auto lights, but then I'd lose DRL which I don't want to do. Other option is to leave the headlights on ALL the time, but that is a waste of bulb life.