Firstly let me start by saying I love Tesla service and they are always great and professional. This is what happened to me on March 20. I had an appointment at the service center for a seasonal tire change from winter back to my original all season tires. Two of the original all seasons needed to be changed, and the other two were low on tread so I decided to buy 4 new tires. Today, April 14, crazy weather, snow, ice everywhere and I almost get into an accident because the car doesn’t have any traction and won’t stop. I was shaken up quite a bit, but kept my composure for the kids. With my kids in the car I get home shocked and can’t understand why the car drove that way. I was driving extremely cautiously and the car would not stop! I was able to avoid a collision, and nothing happened. Yet as I get older close calls seem to bother me a lot more. The kids being in the car didn’t help. Initially I attributed things to poor weather, it was freezing rain, but things were gnawing at me. The traction just wasn’t there and I have been driving for decades. Something wasn’t right, something felt off. After a few hours at home calming down I went to check the new tires and looked up the model. Michelin Latitude Sport 3. They replaced my old original all season tires with summer tires! I live in Canada, my all season tires are what I use when it’s not winter. I have never owned summer tires because they aren’t good in snow and ice, which can surprise people up here during spring and fall. I already sent an email to the service center, about the mixup, and that I should have been swapped out for new all seasons not summer tires. Has anyone had a similar experience? Does anyone have any advice? I hope I am not stuck with these tires! I am grateful everyone is safe.