So I needed new tires and got replacements for my S's Michelin MXM4's at a local Discount Tire. Everything was fine until I got in the car and backed out of their garage. I noticed this warning in the dash display: Went back and told tire person. They checked the tire pressures, and then ran a device next to each tire to "talk" to the TPMS sensor in the tire. One, the rear right, would not respond. TPMS was working fine with my old set of tires. They said they had to put new sensors in for all four tires this time. Then they say that Discount Tire TPMS sensors don't work with 2013 Tesla Model S's. And that I should talk to Tesla and order TPMS's from them and Discount Tire will put 'em in at no charge. Does this sound reasonable or did they screw me? Understand there are NO Tesla service centers in New Mexico (don't get me started) so this will be weeks of waiting for parts to arrive (that I have to pay for!?!?) from Denver or some place, all the while I will be driving with the blasted "Tire Pressure Too High" warning on the dash. Aaarrrrgh. Any advice?