One thing that I've noticed is regarding steering . We all come to realize the precision tracking steering mechanism that the i3 has . What threw me off a bit for at least the first week of ownership was this . I would think that the car had been pulled to one side or the other when in fact it wasn't . I would react to this by counter-steering against it and then need to bring it back again . In reality , the car doesn't get pulled offline . I believe that due to the somewhat firmer ride and the geometry of wheelbase vs. ride height , any changes in the level of the road will cause both vertical and horizontal deviation .
I'm not sure if I've used proper terms but I hope you understand my point .
So I learned that over roads with changing levelness (bumpy) if the steering is left in the center , the i3 will track perfectly straight .