I drive fast in my Model 3. I'm not like those boy racers who blast through town with their fart piped and slammed Honda Civic with a body kit in primer because he's saving his McDonald's paychecks for a paint job, but out on the highway, if the road is clear, I'll let it run once in a while. But I have seen the reports of Tesla in accidents and they always talk about how Tesla pulls the log files to see what happened before the accident. And that got me thinking, could the log files be used to fight a speeding ticket when some cop is trying to make his monthly quota of tickets? Being computer files, I'm sure it is easy to access, but maybe Tesla doesn't want to go through all that every time someone gets a ticket. What's the deal with this? If the cop writes that the alleged speeding happened at 1:36 pm, I can get the log files and it shows that between 1:30 and 1:40 the car never exceeded 23 mph, that'd close a speeding ticket pretty quick.