I've just sent the following letter to [email protected]: -- I’m writing with a suggestion for an improvement to the Lane Departure Warning system. I think this system should have at least one additional setting that allows for fewer warnings than the number given now. The options could be something along the lines of “Early Warning” and “Late Warning” or “High Sensitivity” and “Low Sensitivity”. This would be similar to the system currently in place with the Forward Collision Warning System, which allows the driver to select the sensitivity level at which he or she wants to be alerted. The reason there is a need for this is that the current system is often alerting at very slight deviations from being perfectly equidistant between the lines on either side of the road. When I’m driving I’m often moving from one side of the lane or road to the other for good reason, and being alerted unnecessarily. Occasionally I’m just failing to keep the car as far from the center line (on a two lane road) as the system might like, but not actually touching the center line, and the system will alert. I recognize that there may be some drivers who prefer this level of sensitivity, and that is fine. They would choose to drive with “Early Warning” or “High Sensitivity” selected. But other drivers, including some who have probably turned the Lane Departure Warning System off, would choose to use the system if it were set to alert less frequently. So there is an additional safety benefit there as well. I hope Tesla will consider adding this option in a future firmware release. Thanks. -- I thought it would be interesting, and possibly helpful to the cause, to take a poll of the users here, to see if others agree with me. Thanks!