Hi all, perhaps i'm making a bigger thing of this than necessary but i'm just over 5K on mileage on my Model S and trying to figure out tire rotation. Watertown service says to rotate every 5-6K miles. Then they said "You can get tire rotations done at any tire shop" or that I could do a walk-in on Saturdays in Watertown. Watertown is a long way from home and my saturdays are packed so that doesnt work. On my ICE cars i've always just had all service done at the dealers including rotations. I was in all the time for oil changes anyway in the old ICE-age. So I don't have a trusted tire shop and have heard some horror stories. I've also read various things about proper way to lift the Model S etc, crazy things about camber and stuff I know nothing about, torques on tire nuts etc. I always thought a tire rotation was just a swap of the tires and making sure the tread wear is normal. Didn't know you had to worry about much else but then I didn't worry, I trusted the dealer who serviced it and I bought from reasonable dealers. The other compounding thing is my mileage. I'm going to be doing this every 8-9 weeks with my mileage. It needs to be close and convenient and hassle free. I asked Tesla service and got the corporate: "Unfortunately, we cannot recommend third party service centers" Which may be the party line but didn't provide any solutions. They did offer to do a ranger thing (I didn't ask about cost etc) but that probably won't make sense for every 8 weeks for either one of us either. I work in Natick (walking distance from the store). Anyone have a tire place they've used and would recommend in that area? FWIW I have stock 19" wheels. Any advice/help/recommendations much appreciated. Love the car, but I know nothing about the mechanics.