Submitted by Jiver on Tue, 2019-08-13 08:46
Not really a year, but over 11 months. I'm taking my car in to a service center for the first time for an alignment in a couple days. A tire rotation (not at Tesla) back in April showed irregular wear on the inside shoulders of both front tires. I didn't read the rotation notes so I did not get the alignment done at that time. Since then I took a nail right next to a sidewall and decided to replace all four tires as wear was at or near 4/32" (I went with the Michelin Cross Climate+).
Anyway, as this is my first visit to a Service Center and the maintenance schedule for the car is minimal, is there anything I should be asking to have checked other than the alignment? The Service Center is over an hour away so I do not want to make more trips there than necessary. I was going to ask them to a one year "look it over" but I'm not sure that that means anything. The only "issue" I have with the car (other than the alignment) is the little triangles by the front windows which I will have them glue down. Otherwise everything is great.