My Roadster is due its MOT (annual inspection) in the UK next week and the rear tyres are a bit near the legal limit. I'm still in the Netherlands and not having much time to change them back there, and wanting to stick with Yokohama AD07s which previously seemed to only be available through OEM channels, I booked it into Den Haag service centre to get 2 new ones. Before getting the job done I asked the price. €825. WTF?!? The same tyres are now available on line for €117 each. Guess where I bought the tyres? This is more than 300% of the price for the parts. I can also have them fitted for €12 at a local tyre shop. Tesla - I don't mind paying a small premium to have it done at a service centre (even just to support the company) but this is ridiculous and you shot yourself in the foot by losing the business. This is not the first time I have seen rip off parts pricing. In February I asked for a quote for a new 70 Amp HPC in the UK, knowing it is $1999 on the US website. I was told £4351.86. That was around $6000 at the time. Unsurprisingly I didn't buy a new one. Everything I have seen says this kind of pricing is set centrally. The service centre staff do what they can to be helpful in every interaction I have with them, but I fear the way things are headed if the company thinks Roadster owners are mugs that will pay prices like that. So much for cutting franchise dealers out of the servicing racket.