Remember "both hands on the wheel"? Also be really careful about changing a tire in this modern distracted driving world. This happened in a really bad spot to change a tire - 70 MPH, 6 lanes, stuck between concrete barrier and steel rail. It was crazy to see how often cars and trucks veered out of their lane. No way I wanted to change a tire without a truck or police car behind so I called AAA. That was a mess. The woman didn't use GPS and was arguing with me that I could not be on 3 Interstates at once. I thought most adults knew and a AAA dispatcher for sure knew highways can be combined. They sent a tow truck in wrong direction. 40 miles away when that dude called. It's brand new car so I didn't think to call their roadside assistance. VW roadside assistance seemed to be staffed with some brain capacity. No way I'll get out of the car if I don't have to after watching how many vehicles kept veering out of the lane. Most were semis. With 376 miles on the odometer I won't have to get 4 new tires. The nice 18" wheel got scratched by what did this but I think I've saved it with some 800 sandpaper, polishing compound and wheel clear coat. Hopefully not a bad omen for the new car but I don't tend towards suspicious, paranoid or conspiracy theories.