So, I finally figured out that when the P pops up on the dash, I get a screen that allows me to give my MS "permission" to autopark me. I routinely back my car into the garage (I realize very few women do this, but I realize now that you're usually more in a hurry to leave than to come home, so it's better to back in for a quick escape). The first issue is, when I approach my driveway so that my driveway is on the passenger's side, I get the P. However, it is not noticing my driveway (which is 2 cars wide), but my neighbor's driveway (which is one car wide). I think my car has learned that I back in when I get home (since it knows the garage is there and that it comes home every night to the same place; after a week, it learned where my office is). Is there any way to "teach" it to park in MY garage (or even driveway), rather than my neighbor's? Or is there a chance it will learn by itself? I've been letting it start parking, hoping it will turn into my driveway, but always end up aborting when it passes my driveway backing up. Second, when I'm in a parking garage and I get close enough to cars for mine to detect a perpendicular space, it seems to always find the narrowest space to park in. In other words, I'm confident it will go in without hitting anything, but then I won't be able to squeeze out from the car. Is that something I'm going to have to live with? Any hints or tips?