So I've been working at this area that's about a half hour drive from my home. I've had autopilot drive this route for me several times already with no problem. I would just hop on I-5 then turn on Autopilot and it would pretty much take me to the exit I need without any need for disengaging. I've done it so many times without issue, I was really confident in Autopilot's ability. Then just yesterday I had a really close call from getting into a wreck. I usually don't have it drive in the far left lane just because I get nervous when it gets close to the concrete dividers. I usually have it drive in the lane next to it. When I was about 10 minutes into the drive, it came to a part on the road where it curved to the right. There were several cars in my left and right lanes. As it went into the curve things seemed to be fine. Then shortly after, i heard a beep sound from the speakers, and it seemed the car didn't want to curve anymore. It drifted into far left lane and by the time I got my hands on the wheel my car was like 1/3 into the left lane already. So glad I didn't hit the car in that lane. Yanked the steering wheel maybe a little too hard to disengage and the car kind of fishtailed back into my original lane. No idea why the car had an issue with this curve. It's driven through it several times before with no issues. Just goes to show that you can't fully trust autopilot and always have to pay attention to what it's doing. Kind of has me worried about using the feature now when there are a lot of cars on the road and road has curves to it.