Tesla recommends tire rotation every 5,000 miles, but I think you could ship every-other interval. Here's the math (percentages are theoretical but I believe still accurate if scaled differently) --> @0-miles Front = 100% Rear = 100% @5,000-miles Front = 90% Rear = 80% <Rotate> Still @5,000-miles Front = 80% Rear = 90% @10,000-miles Front = 70% Rear = 70% Rotate? Why? Makes no sense to rotate when tires are all even again. @ 15,000-miles Front = 60% Rear = 50% <Rotate> Still @ 15,000-miles Front = 50% Rear = 60% @ 20,000-miles Front = 40% Rear = 40% Same thing....no rotation needed. So rotate at first 5,000, then at 10,000 mile intervals after that. Does this make sense or am I smoking crack here?