I was lucky enough to get a flat tire this evening after 1 week of delivery. While driving I saw a warning 'Tire Pressure Very Low - PULL OVER SAFELY' so I did. I verified with my own eyes that the rear-right tire was flat and proceeded to call roadside assistance. The guy on the phone was very helpful and soon afterwards got a tow truck to deliver me a spare wheel. I could keep it for 3 days so I could either get my own tire fixed or buy a new one from Tesla (they don't do repairs apparently). I put the flat tire in my trunk and drove on. However, my dashboard still said that wheel has very low pressure and kept asking me to pull over. I verified that the spare wheel is good (at least visibly), but I called Tesla to ask about it anyways. Their answer is interesting - they say that it is normal and the car is not able to monitor pressure of the spare wheel. This could be a noob question but how does this work? There is something unique in each wheel that is somehow related to pressure monitoring? And the spare wheel doesn't have it so the old status didn't get reset which is why it still reports low pressure? The only difference I can see between the spare and original wheel is that the spare wheel is missing the center caps with the Tesla logo on it. But that should be purely cosmetic no? Any thoughts? Also, I am thinking about just getting it patched tomorrow, unless there is compelling reason I should buy a new one instead?