Does anyone happen to know if something like this: http://www.amazon.com/LELink-Bluetooth-Energy-OBD-II-Diagnostic/dp/B00QJRYMFC and this: Tesla Model S and Roadster OBD2/CAN adapter cable (Pre-Sept 2015) along with TM-Spy or some other software, would allow me to pull detailed log files from my Tesla? Specifically I am trying to find a way to pull any data related to a crash that I was unfortunately involved with this week. Ideally if I can pull GPS, brake or accelerator data and related timestamps for when my car was hit (if there is even some sort of log event that might reveal such a thing, the airbags did not deploy) that would be super helpful in proving that I was not at fault. The other party is claiming I ran the light even though it was the other way around. They know that no witnesses came forward and the cops didn't give them a ticket for running the red light, so its going to be my word against theirs which would likely result in a 50/50 split regarding fault. I took a photo and a video with my phone just a moment after the crash and you can see that the light is still green in the background of both. Each has a time stamp of when the file was created along with GPS coordinates. If I could show that my car was hit in the same location just seconds before the video starts, then it will hopefully prove that my light was green and I had the right of way and that he ran the red light. It seems like from all of the searching I did on the forum, the port behind the cubby below the screen and TM-Spy are more about logging what the battery pack is doing. But if anyone has any insight on pulling additional data from the car I would certainly love to know. Thanks! P.S. Man, I hate this insurance crap and am so pissed about my perfect ride getting banged up. I am most definitely buying a dash cam when my MS is out of the shop in a few weeks..