I visited a super charger this weekend and there were 4 Model 3's charging. Every banged up rims. One was every wheel 360 degrees on every wheel. One was a nice looking White on White Performance and his 20" had a deep gouge on one wheel too. I just don't get it. My Model 3 that I just sold didn't have a Mark. My wife traded an 8 year old VW CC with Turbine like wheels. She had one ding that I buffed out. Hint, make sure your mirrors TILT down in reverse. So even when pulling in forward, before you get to close, take a moment and put the car in reverse to see how close you are. Only takes a few seconds and may save your rims. One other Hint, turn the wheel sharp into the curb, to "test" where the curb is. Don't "graze" it, that's when you kill your rims. I wouldn't do this with 20" or maybe even with 19" but 18" you can bump the curb at "safe" angle to feel where the curb is. And don't blame the car. I have 2 sets of Aero's and 1 set of OEM 19". I don't think I've biffed a wheel in 25 years. I can't recall the last time I did. I love my cars to much I guess and I take my time when parallel parking. I should have taken a photo. It was a pretty ugly scene at that Super Charger.