Yea, just leave them on the rim. As long as you don't change rims you are OK. They won't touch them without you asking them too. Also, just let them know that you can manually reset the tire pressure system afterwards. (Press and hold the TPMS button by th sunroof controls for a few seconds, then drive for ~10 miles before it calibrates itself.)
Hey, Royal Service Center had no problems with it. I didn't tell them what kind of car I had until I showed up. No issues, took about 80 minutes and cost about $185 to mount the new tires. I had my summer tires put in garbage bags and took them home in the back seats and trunk. Royal Service Center, Alexandria VA 22302
Yep that's where I purchased the vehicle. I absolutely love the car, super clean and drives like a dream. The only issues I had when I bought the car was the navigation did and still does not work and I needed a new relay for the gas tank. I believe my vin ends with 08469. Do you know of any issues I should keep an eye on with the car? Also, do you happen to have the previous service records? I was able to obtain the most recent service prior to my purchase which seemed pretty extensive from FM of washington which included new brakes and many additional items. Is this car on the original clutch and pump? Still running strong but any background info you can provide is greatly appreciated! Thanks -Bill.
PS: just checked out your photos and my interior dash and steering wheel were black so not sure if its the same car. Seems strange that small dealership would have two coupes in that color. Did you have that gas tank issue with your car?
Ron, yeah everything's good - I've posted a couple times over the past few days - must have really been great posts!! We close our books and report out every 90 days, and I'm in finance so Jan, April, July, Oct are slamming at work. But I read the forum pretty much every night. How's things with you? John