In short the manual says: don't use CD-Rs or CD-RWs; and, if it's cool and slightly damp and it plays up, stop it and dehumidify it (literally!).
I know you got three points (and now six points) for using a phone at the wheel, but I'd imagine wrestling with a dehumidifier is even worse - and borderline impossible to get into the slot - and I wouldn't fancy trying it on the move . . .
That's really interesting. To the best of my memory, the earlier owners' manuals didn't include the 'dehumidify' bit. Presumably, good old Nissan thought the best way to solve the problem was to make it an official feature of the system, via a phrase in the manual.
Presumably it's down to condensation on either the laser lens, on the CD itself, or somewhere else in the system? I wonder what would be the best way to dehumidify the CD slot, while on the move. It must be worth a try.
I wonder if this item would help 'dehumidify', if you connected a short length of tubing to it and shoved it into the CD slot? - https://www.amazon.c...4J4G6XRRRV92D60