I tried to find the average number of right turns made in a day by drivers in the USA and couldn't find it, so I will work from a data point of one. I make about 20 right turns a day, or say roughly 6500 right turns a year (removing work travel/vacation days where the car is parked). 6500! I just rashed my right rear 21" grey rim yesterday.:cursing: I was turning from a one-way street with 3 narrow lanes into a shopping center driveway - pretty tight quarters. After I parked and looked at the concrete where I rashed, I could see it was completely black from tire transfer over time. Can anyone execute a maneuver that many times consistently and without error? Is it even possible? Is it really a matter of saying that "there are those who have rashed their rims and those that will". What are your thoughts?