It has often been mentioned in the news about how much on-the-road driving data Tesla has collected from its fleet (or its customers' fleet, more accurately), which presumably gives Tesla a competitive advantage (i.e., toward improving the autonomous driving systems, driver assistance, etc.). However, all the articles that have mentioned this have been pretty vague about what data is being collected, and what Tesla can do with this data. Here's what I am hoping for: I hope the car notices it and sends both video and other settings to Tesla whenever the car drifts off the road or into the oncoming lane when autopilot is activated, and I have to yank the car back into the lane. Ditto for when I am closely controlling the wheel to prevent it from doing this, and it gives up on autopilot. To be fair, this is usually on hilly, curvy roads, but happened twice on the interstate last week, near an entrance or exit. I hope the system is collecting accelerometer data to know when customers are driving over curbs and hitting deep potholes, so that Tesla can know if the claims of broken control arms, ball joints, steering knuckles (see several threads related to this in the forums), etc., are really due to bad forgings or due to people abusing the vehicles. I hope the system is making a note of it when I drive through areas that are not shown as roads on the map, or take nice divided highway routes even when the navi system told me to take the old back road. Sometime it seems like the navi system maps are a couple years old. Anything that you wish was being collected and used to improve the systems?