What needs calibrating? My car or me? I picked up my MS 90D on Friday. Absolutely love it in a thousand ways. One thing that hasn't gone perfectly so far is my experience with Autopilot. I've read extensively on here (have to do something for a few months while you're waiting for delivery, right?), so my expectations were set appropriately about what it does/doesn't do at this stage. No complaints there at all. Here's what I didn't expect: Every time I've engaged autopilot, without exception, the same thing happens: The car veers a bit to the right to "center" itself in the lane. To me, it feels like I'm riding very, very close to the right lane line. According to the dash, the car believe's it's centered in the lane and behaves accordingly. To me, I feel like I'm way too far over to the right, and often disengage AP to move the car back to what *I* believe is the center of the lane. The result is, I'm not comfortable driving for any distance with AP engaged right now. I'm trying to sort out which of two things is happening here: 1) Is there such a thing as AP (17.18.50) being mis-calibrated such that it's always a foot or two too far to one side, consistently? Does such a fault exist? Or, 2) Have I just made an unconscious habit of driving in the left half of the lane for a zillion years, thinking I was centered, such that *actual* center feels too far to the right? TOTALLY possible. I'd really like to figure out which is going on though. At some point, I'll find someone with some spare time to drive behind me while we're on the phone. Doing this while under both manual and AP control should tell me which is going on. In the meantime, side-view mirrors and the rear-facing cam have been kind of inconclusive for me. So, I know I'll get it figured out soon, but in the meantime, just thought I'd ask: Is AP lane calibration error even a thing?