My 2022 Model X is my first Tesla, but reading around, it sounds like this is long standing problem. When a human being is driving along and the right side of the lane widens (either the lane line or curb widens), no one swerves to the right to mindlessly center up; they continue along at a same or reasonable distance from the center/left lane line. How is it that Tesla autopilot (not just enhanced autopilot, but also FSD) can possibly still be so fundamentally stupid? Not only is it annoying and look idiotic when the car continuously centers between painted lane lines, but it's downright dangerous when the car does it to a curb that's widened for a parking lane; the car will just roll along fat dumb and happy between the left lane line and the curb, plowing toward a parked car, and then (maybe) avoid the car at the last minute frantically swerving to the left with a loud alert. I CONSTANTLY have to override autopilot to not look like a moron or to avoid collision with parked cars. How can an otherwise amazing system be so stupid - STILL?? I am not an autopilot engineer, but it seems like it should be one of the easier design challenges to overcome.