There is a section of interstate highway on which I travel every day that has long, vertical cracks in the asphalt that have been repaired by road crews with tar line inlays that run parallel to the line marker but are wavy . My model S, with auto pilot engaged, can't seem to decide whether to use the white lane marker or the long, wavy tar lines as a border. My car wants to continually weave back and forth as the computer is trying to decide whether to conform to the white line marker or the black tar line. This has gotten quite dangerous. Fortunately, I know where the bad sections are on my daily commute but I'm concerned that when traveling on unfamiliar highways , this problem may arise when I'm not expecting it. Have others experienced similar issues?