Submitted by jchipser on Sat, 2017-09-02 22:02
Just got back from a trip from WA to Yellowstone, 1800 miles w/auto steer 95% of time. Two situations occurred that I believe are related; going up a steep road and at the crest where the road curved to the left, the car steered to the right; the other event was on I5 in Seattle where the road went steeply down to go under an overpass and at the bottom of the ramp the steering went hunting hard right then hard left in probably less a second. Since my hand was on the wheel it was instinctively easy to counter the movements. Is this caused by the angular range of the sensors such that in first case pointing above the road and the other pointing down too close to the road?