A few years back Tesla briefly offered tire and wheel insurance. I immediately jumped at it since I have the 21" rims and drive in San Jose, who has some of the worst roads in the country. Anyway, I'm glad I did. Only a few weeks later they sadly dropped that option. Early Saturday morning I was driving home from work on E. Tasman Road just past N. First Street when I went over the steel plates where they're tearing up the road. It felt like I hit a curb and shortly thereafter my low tire pressure warning came on. I pulled into the first driveway I could find and called Tesla. It took around 20 minutes to get through (this was at roughly 4am) and they sent out a tow truck with a spare wheel and tire. My rim was clearly bent. The tow truck put on a loaner wheel and tire until I get mine taken care of. I spoke with them today and am scheduled to have my rim and tire replaced under the insurance. I still think it would make sense to go after the city of San Jose rather than have my insurance pay for it because the city was clearly at fault. I spoke with the construction crew and a police officer who was right where it happened on Monday but they seem to have a hard time believing that it happened. It's not the first time I've felt a sharp bump when driving through that location either. I will try and get the old rim back and tire back if the tire isn't damaged. I think the rim may be repairable. Hopefully they carry the Michelin Super Sport tires.