So I recently had to purchase two new tires for my Tesla. I purchased it as a CPO a couple of years ago and this is the first time I have had to replace any tires. I did my research, Tesla would not offer any low rolling tires (only the goodyear eagle touring) so I hit up my local Costco and got some Michelin Premier A/S. Great reviews, sporty tire with low rolling, what more could I want. Well, since this was never an issue for any of my other cars, these tires have a max manufacturer tire pressure of 44 psi, lower than what Tesla recommends at 45 psi. This was something I never thought to look for (none of my other cars I ever owned had anything beyond 38 psi recommend by the car). So now I don't know what to do. What happens if I keep the cold pressure at 45 psi on these tires? What if I keep the tires at 44 psi below Tesla specs (FYI these are on the rears so I think any pressure differences would be more noticeable here). Is this 1 psi going to give me issues? Should I just use Costco's generous return policy and get some tires that have a higher max PSI and fit what I want (looking at reviews and what Costco offers, it would probably be the Bridgestone Turanza Serenity Plus)? Granted the Michelin Premier A/S are supposed to be outstanding tires, but I am a little worried about the mis-matched PSI. Thoughts?