Hey everyone, I did some searching but couldn't find any recent active threads about this: After only 3000 miles I found one of my rear wheels deflated, and when I took it in for repair @ America's Tire (per Tesla Roadside's suggestion), they found a pretty bad crack on the interior side of the wheel/rim. I called my insurance AAA NorCal and they said it's not covered, nor do they have an option to buy coverage for this type of damage, because it's "Wear and Tear" and not a collision, vandalamism, theft, etc-- and this came as a surprise to me. Tesla Service says it's almost $1700 to replace just ONE wheel + tire... and I was speechless for a bit, but it's understandable knowing it's a $95k+ car... but they also don't offer any sort of insurance or warranty for the wheels anymore--- they USED to, but not anymore. So I really don't want this to happen again, or I would love some type of warranty/insurance if it does. -What are my options now? -Anyone's California-based insurance (other than AAA Norcal) cover road hazard damage? -- I might switch over if so and the rates are competitive -Any manufacturer/dealer/Costco (?) offer tire/wheel warranties? I'm even thinking about switching to the 19" - it's $2500 for a full set of 4... and less if I purchase it aftermarket (or completely different aftermarket wheels for that matter). But I'd love to stick with the 21" if at all possible and sustainable. Thanks in advance!!