Hi folks - just after some clarification on options here as I am getting mixed messages from different sources.
I picked up a nail in my Model 3 P after a just a few miles. It's a clean puncture, but just inside of the acoustic foam that is present in the tyre, and all my local tyre shops have refused to repair it. Tesla service also confirmed they would not repair it and it would need replacement, which I have done.
Now I have a (spare) brand new tyre which really ought to be repairable, and I would like to know other peoples' experience, in advance of the next inevitable puncture.
There seems to be a legit / recommended procedure for doing a repair on one of these tyres however I can't find anyone to do it (in the Midlands, north of Birmingham).
Any suggestions? Or is it just a case of be prepared to cough up £200 for a new tyre every time you get a puncture?