After owning a Model 3 for just over a month now, I've had two instances where I had a panic moment when I realized the car was not in the gear/drive mode I thought it was and slammed on the brakes just in time to prevent a collision. Both times were in parallel parking spots, where I had to make many forward and reverse maneuvers in succession. In these cases, I've realized that sometimes I don't push the drive selector stalk far enough to toggle between Drive and Reverse. The drive mode letters are on the screen, but its not something I find myself paying enough attention to when trying to get into and out of a spot. Coming from previous cars with gear selectors that had physical movement, the movement itself was crucial feedback that I was in the right gear. I realize this is just something I have to train myself to look at and push harder on the drive selector stalk. Am I an idiot or do others also find this hard to get used to? Perhaps there's an opportunity for better drive mode UI on the screen, or maybe relax the threshold of the stalk so pushing 80-90% of the way there should trigger the drive mode change.