As I was driving home, I heard a loud thumping sound from my driver front side. I pulled over to see this huge bolt firmly embedded into my tire. I called Tesla Roadside who is sending a tow company to give me a loaner wheel tomorrow and bring my damaged tire back to my local SC for inspection. I was told the tire repair can be $50, or if I need a new tire, more. I didn't feel comfortable driving it around. A couple of questions for you knowledgeable folks: 1) Does this damage look like the tire can be salvaged? 2) How much does Tesla charge for 19" tires? Is it inflated compared to a local tire center. I called Good Year who told me they aren't sure if they work on Tesla's and are supposed to call me back, but I'd rather just let Tesla deal with it.