24k miles? When I took my previous X into service with 15k miles on the Continentals, the service manager told me my tires are worn and should get replacement. I don't even drive aggressively.
Yes, to give the Tesla some credits, the truck in front of me was drifting like crazy multiple times on a straight road w/ the hazards on all the time. It was losing control many times and I kept a big distance (I needed a lead car). Its rear tires just kept spinning and its tail swinging left and right. The SUV behind me (Toyota Highlander or something) also lost control and went to the the opposite lane on the straight road. I didn't have any of that on the straight road. I only had issue coming to a stop and 90 degree turn.
There was also a big American SUV stopping in the middle of the back road getting chains on. It must've been slipping very badly.
I did have it auto-low from standard. For my current one I'm on low always to minimize the acceleration shudder. Regardless I think your tires are on their last legs. I don't know if you want to use them in the snow.Do you have suspension on auto-low? I had mine previously replaced at 28k and they could have done another 2-3k miles. I had auto low off so my ride high is always medium.