How often to replace Tesla Model 3 performance tires?

Tesla Model 3 performance tires are designed for high performance, which means they are made of softer rubber compounds that provide better grip and handling

Tread depth: The tread depth is the amount of rubber that remains on the tire. You can check the tread depth using a tread depth gauge.

Sidewall cracks and bulges: Inspect the tire sidewalls for any cracks or bulges. Cracks and bulges can be a sign of tire damage and should be repaired or replaced immediately.

Vibration: If you feel a vibration in the steering wheel or the car when driving, it could be a sign of tire wear. If you feel a vibration, have your tires inspected by a qualified technician.

extend the life of your Tesla Model 3 performance tires: Drive smoothly: Avoid aggressive driving and braking, as this can cause your tires to wear out faster.

Maintain proper tire pressure: Check your tire pressure regularly and maintain the recommended tire pressure for your Tesla Model 3.

Tesla Model 3 performance tires should be replaced every 20,000-30,000 miles, or sooner if they show signs of wear and tear, such as tread wear below 2/32 inches, sidewall cracks, or bulges.