I want to provide a PSA for people who haven't gotten a flat tire yet with Tesla but would want to know what is the best option since all Tesla doesn't have a spare tire. This just happened to me over the weekend. Was on the freeway and got a bolt stuck right between the cracks on my passenger front tire. I do have AAA called them and they said the next rep would come around 1hour and they will tow me to the nearest tire store. While waiting, I called Tesla roadside assistance. They said they will send their technician over in 1hr 30 mins (in reality: 1 hour wait) but they will bring a loaner tire. They gave me two options... 1) They put the loaner tire on and they take my wheel to the nearest service center and I will have to go and pick it up at later date. I'm assuming this option they will replace or fix the tire for me. OR 2) They put the loaner tire on and they put my tire in my trunk and I have to return it back to the nearest service center within 3 business days. Although the service tech said that if I needed more time, I just needed call my nearest service station. I chose option 2 because I want to go shop my own place for a tire patching. If any of you guys live near American Tires, they do patching for free Hope this helps!