I had planned on getting the Tesla Service Center to mount and balance new tires for me during my annual. I received a short notice surprise when they told me that the Hankook Ventus V12 tires I've ordered they would refuse to touch because it is an "aftermarket part"....meaning they aren't the exact same tire brand and model that came with the car new from the factory. Has anyone had this similar experience?? I want to use these tires because they are not only way cheaper (about $800 for a full set (21")), but I've had tons of miles on them on other cars in the past, and really love their performance per cost. Also, check out these pictures of my rear tire wear! I argued with Tesla at delivery that the alignment specs they gave me with the car are going to chew through tires, but they said it was within spec and confirmed that it would result in "normal" tire wear. There's about 4/32's on the outside, and down past the cords on the inside. And weird funky angle on the inside is at about 30 degrees... So if they can't do the mount and balance. Does anyone know a good shop in the Northern VA / DC area to get tires mounted and balanced (and I assume an alignment while I'm at it)?