Got the car for about one month now, but not really used autopilot. Yesterday I drove to Niagara Falls for a one day trip , and heavy traffic jam on QEW while coming back. Here is some of my taking on autopilot. While driving on 407 etr, autopilot works perfectly. I now know how to tweak the steeling wheel a bit to avoid the nagging. While on QEW on the way to Niagara Falls, no traffic jam but many vehicles. Specailly so many big trucks. I feel the autopilot was too close to the big trucks. I was trying manually move a bit away, but I have to put a bit strength to the steeling wheel for the autopilot to be canceled. That causes too much strength on the steeling wheel and the car suddenly moved too much. I was a bit shocked. Perhaps I should press the brake and cancel autopilot, before I take back the control . When I came back from Niagara fall, a heavy traffic jam. I feel so relaxed using autopilot, because I don’t need move my feet between brake and acc. Also while less than 10km/hr , there will be no worning even if not putting hand on the steeling wheel. Don’t try to use autopilot in a sharp turn and relative fast local road. I was trying use it on rodick road the section just pass the highway 7 towards 16th. The autopilot keep speed 50kms and almost drove itself onto the curbs. Luckily I took back the control on time. Otherwise there will be a disaster.