I decided to bring my 7700 mile Model S to the local America's Tire for a tire rotation rather than drive 50+ miles each way to the Fremont service center. America's Tire offers free rotations, but for $21 each, they would provide road hazard coverage (for my original tires from Tesla) and include free rebalance with the rotations, so I decided to get this cheap peace of mind. Boy, was I glad that I did! 10 minutes after my purchase, they jacked up my Model S and found an impact bubble on the outer sidewall of the rear driver-side tire. They said it was likely from hitting a pothole and could eventually lead to a blowout. When the weight of the car is on the tire, it couldn't really be felt, but once it was jacked up, I could feel it pretty prominently. The $148 tire is now covered by the $21 road hazard warranty I purchased from America's Tire 10 minutes prior! :biggrin: I'll be going back for installation and to complete the tire rotation tomorrow when the tire is delivered. The adviser at America's Tire said I didn't have much wear on the OEM Goodyear RS-A2 tires, so changing just one tire would be OK rather than changing a set of rear tires. Now with one new tire and 3 with 7700 miles, I'm wondering what would be the best way to mount those in the tire rotation. I'm thinking that it would be best to put the new one in the rear along with one of the fronts rotated to the rear. Any thoughts?