Hey, I know all problems start with "I have a friend who . . ." Well, this time, it is absolutely true. It wasn't my problem but a friend's. His story is that his wife was driving their Model S (I think it's a P90 but that doesn't pertain to the story) when she got stopped for speeding. His/her claim is that they weren't even close to the speed limit. His question to me (somehow, he thinks I know all things TESLA!) is: "I hear that Tesla contests insurance claims by showing evidence of data that was sent home by the car periodically. Can they do the same for getting a speeding ticket?" The thought is that if the data shows GPS location, vehicle speed, and time of day, they might have evidence to back up their claim that they were absolutely NOT speeding. But some of you lawyers out there might want to comment on this: "Even if Tesla does share this info with the owner, would the court pay any attention to it?"