Anyone else having a 'fun' time finding local places to work on your car? I own nearly every car tool known to man, but still haven't had the desire to justify being able to mount and balance my own tires... Although with 3 cars and now 4 trailers... it would be nice to balance trailer tires... time to hit craigslist! My 2013 CPO car came with two pretty much worn out front tires. I'm guessing they were the rear, and before I got it Tesla 'rotated' them. **Should a CPO come with such worn out tires**? So I ordered some new tires on Tire Rack, Tuesday at noon, and they will be at my house Wednesday! LOVE Tire Rack. However, here is where the fun begins... The Service Center is 90 miles one way for me... so not really ideal. Called a higher end dealer in PA, got the receptionist who had obviously never had anyone who doesn't own [this make of car] ask for tires to be installed before. Hey, this isn't a Bentley, but it's not a geo metro... so I'm not really thinking I'll just take these wheels to SEARS... but I am thinking of that now. Anyway, my buddy works at another high end shop, and I have an appointment there. The receptionist got back to me... 2 hours later, with a "very busy" service manager, and went on about how if any lights came on, or special tools, etc. etc. and $125/hr labor and stuff goes wrong. THEY ARE TIRES. IT'S A CAR. It even has a OBDII Port! Not asking you to replace the drive unit... just some tires here. I even suggested I could bring just the wheels OFF the car. Anyone else running into these issues? I had it inspected there as well... but looks like I won't be going back for that either. I'm not going to fault them for not wanting liability issues, but they are just tires... (Which is why they are not mentioned by name here).