I live in DC and wanted to be prepared for winter so I took advantage of the TireRack.com $60 off rebate and bought a set of Pirelli Sottozero snow tires. I am on my second Tesla Model S and have been babying my P85 since I picked it up over the summer so I'm VERY aware of every nick, ding, scratch, etc. That said, I took the advice of others on this board and brought my car in to have the service center install the snow tires rather than have them done at a non-dealer service center. I recall that someone here said that the Tesla service center had some special tire mount machine that would prevent the rims from being damaged. Well...apparently not so...since every one of my rims got scratched and damaged to some degree. One has deep gashes along the edge of the rim. I just got back from having one rim fixed and repainted after I accidentally scraped a curb and now this! Has anyone else had this problem with the Rockville (or other) service center installing tires? I also noticed that when my car was in the shop the service guy opened the driver's side door into the side of the steel lift! When I got my car back it had a very noticeable (and amateurish) paint pen repair. I'm kind of pissed about this also. I used to think that it was nice of them to wash/detail the car before returning it...now I don't want anyone to touch it unless it has something to do with why I am bringing it in. Anyone have advice or had a similar incident?