The manual says dashcam footage is overwritten with a rolling buffer of 1h length. For those of us living in parts of the world where traffic rules are enforced with cameras this seems inadequate. A week or so after an alleged traffic offence, the fine arrives in the mail, and more often than not I have found myself questioning the evidence at hand, so it would be quite useful to be able to go back to the time of the alleged infringement and have some evidence at hand from the car's own dashcam. Has anyone come across a solution to extend the length of the buffer to a couple of weeks time? Shouldn't be an issue with e.g. a 2TB USB SSD, assuming one drives 2h a day on average that's only about 500GB of footage to store. There's even SD cards of 512GB capacity that would do the job. If the retention period cannot be set in the car itself, has anyone looked into solutions that involve mounting a USB drive in a shared mode, if that's even possible, and have a job evacuate the data from the TeslaCam directory before it gets overwritten?