Hello everyone, I'm currently dealing with several issues with my 2018 Model S which is forcing me to open a lemon law claim. To substantiate one of my claims (that the car is randomly braking on the interstate) I would like to see my car's logs with my own eyes. After my latest interactions with my service center I don't think I can trust them any longer (also for additional reasons not listed here), they refuse to show me anything. The tech that I've been dealing with is nearly combative when they should be supportive of my inquiries. This is deeply worrying to me as I no longer feel safe in my vehicle. I would rather not have to subpoena these logs and go through a drawn out legal process so I was wondering if there was any other possible avenue. Anything I can do that won't void my warranty or anyone that I can speak to. To me, it seems straightforward: I bought the hardware. The hardware performs a logging task. Therefore the log should belong to me. Especially when the performance/safety/quality of the car is in question. So far dealing with Tesla and owning this car has been a huge nightmare which is sad because I was really excited and wanted to love this car at first. Any information would be helpful! Thanks in advance.