While reading the many reports that have already started coming in from those that have experienced Autosteer, I think I've identified a possibility for future improvement. Many people are describing how in one situation or another, the car is too close to one side of the lane or the other for their liking. For example, one poster described being in the HOV lane, moving quickly, with much slower traffic in the lane to the right. In that situation he would have preferred the Autosteer have kept the car further from the slower cars, and more to the left side of the HOV lane. I believe someone else described a similar example with a bike lane on their right. Someone else described a situation where there was a barrier to the left, and they would have preferred the car drive closer to the right side of the lane. I think if there was a way to indicate to the Autosteer system that for the time-being, it should attempt to drive more to the left or more to the right side of the lane, that would be helpful. I was trying to think of the controls that could be used to indicate this, so that I could send a complete suggestion along these lines to Tesla, but I couldn't immediately think of a good input method to be able to indicate this, as well as change the current preference when needed. What do others think? If you think this idea could be helpful, do you have any good suggestions with respect to how the setting could be controlled? Thanks! - - - Updated - - - I just thought of one possible way to provide the input. Perhaps some of you will come up with something better, or reasons why the following wouldn't work. A short, simultaneous press of both scroll wheels could initiate the selection mode. The small car could blink to indicate the selection mode is active, or some indicator could come on above it or something. Then pressing either scroll wheel would move the car in that direction within the lane. There could even be, say, five settings within a lane: far left, left, centered, right, and far right. (If that's too complicated, three would be fine.) Not pressing the scroll wheel for a few seconds "locks" the decision on which location within the lane you'd like set. When you're ready to make a change, you repeat the process. When Autosteer starts up, by default it would start up with the car centered in the lane. Thoughts?