Obviously they can't do a wheel alignment in your garage... they'd need a lift. It's possible they might be able to work out a local solution; you'd have to ask. Fortunately wheel alignment isn't done very often.
As for tire rotation, probably the issue is that they can't lift two wheels at once in your garage. They don't come equipped with two jacks, and they probably don't want to use jack stands. However, if you have more than four wheels on hand it is feasible... I was planning to rotate the tires myself when I swap winter/summer wheels. (I'll swap the wheels myself, but get a Ranger to reset the TPMS.)
Only the tire plan is available for me.
Considering the toe/camber issues discussed on other threads and that the general treadwear for the 21's are only lasting about 6000-7000 miles before balding and needing replacement
EXCLUSIONS: THIS CONTRACT WILL NOT PAY OR REIMBURSE FOR:
7. COSMETIC DAMAGE, I.E. DAMAGE THAT DOES NOT AFFECT THE STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY OF THE TIRE OR WHEEL.
I have 16,736 miles on my 21" tires and still have tread left. The top wear bar is probably 1/3rd of the way down from the outer tread. I had seen on other threads people estimating less (I think maybe it was you who pointed it out to me?), but I missed that some people were getting only 6000-7000 miles: Ouch! I do have the Continentals which I read are lasting longer.
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I'm trying to figure out the rim coverage. I already paid for Tesla to do some rim curb rash repairs. I wonder if I can get credited back for that.
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Actually, looks like it does not cover curb rash:
Is my memory bad, or didn't you get 22" wheels installed by A&E? Are you swapping back and forth?
From the tire plan:... "installation of your spare tire. "
I let Elie use my car as a guinea pig to show off the 22"ers for one night only at the Tesla event in Hawthorne. After the fabulous job they did figuring everything out for me it was the least I could do, plus it was fun to see them on the car! But I'm not a wheel guy. They looked beautiful and worked great and I highly encourage them for others that are interested.
Errrh $700 for 12500 miles of 19" wheels and tire protection (aka 1 year or typical daily driving)? I paid less for 3 years when leasing BMW 5er...
Waiting for confirmation, but sounds like it's an error. You should confirm before buying, but it sounds like it's for 50,000 miles.
That's because roadside assistance isn't tied to the service plan, it's included in the purchase of the car. The terms are spelled out in the MVPA.