I have a new P85D with the tech package. I set the suspension for the highest level near my driveway, as it is a pretty steep driveway. The first time I returned to my driveway I realized that based on how long the car takes to adjust the suspension, it would probably be better if I deleted that setting, and set the location a little bit further down my street, so that the car would start the adjustment further from my house, and finish by the time I reached my driveway. But I can't seem to find the current entry to delete. The manual has this to say about it: -- --Location-Based Smart Air SuspensionLocation-Based Smart Air Suspension is a new feature that is useful on roads or driveways that require higher clearance. With this feature, your car will remember where you select HIGH or VERY HIGH ride heights. The air suspension will then automatically rise at those locations in the future (a notification will appear on the instrument panel when this comes into effect). To remove this setting for a specific location, please delete it in Controls > Driving, or change the suspension level to STANDARD or LOW at the same location. The suspension will automatically lower from VERY HIGH to HIGH when driving speed reaches 22 mph (35 km/h), and will lower from HIGH to STANDARD when driving speed reaches 34 mph (55 km/h). Note: Location-Based Smart Air Suspension is only available if your Model S is equipped with Smart Air Suspension. -- I have bolded the specific part of the directions that apply to deleting a current setting. I realize I could simply try the second option--setting the suspension height back to normal at the same location, but I'd prefer to find and delete the setting. Is the manual just wrong, or am I missing something? I have tried accessing the driving options, as the directions above suggest, but I don't see any setting there for my location that I would be able to delete. Thanks for any advice or clarification on this, even if it is just confirmation that the manual is wrong.