The main use for USB is irrelevant. I can see only one reason for removing all the files after they've aged out an hour: So there is no "evidence" of any potentially "bad behavior". Otherwise I see no benefit to just leaving them on the USB drive and overwriting them as space requires. There are two people who are suggesting Tesla modify the current behavior. Yes, I can honk my horn or hit the button on the touch screen but why? Aside from the aforementioned reason I can't think of any good reason to just erase all the video files merely because they've aged over an hour.It does cycle on teslas... Over an hour as previously stated. The main use for that USB is really supposed to be music storage so it wouldn't make sense to fill it with footage. No one else has an issue with how it works but you. Want to save a clip? Honk your horn. I guess I don't understand what the problem is with that. If something happens I usually am honking my horn and if it was something I saw not with me involved, I can click save on the screen
What's puzzling to me is your objection to this suggest change.