How many of you have heard of any Tesla vehicle needing brakes X 4 at 35k miles? I can't blame this one on Tesla; rather, I place blame on the previous owner of my Model X. I bought this vehicle in May. Right away, I noticed the brakes make a lot of noise when backing out of the driveway each morning (regardless of weather conditions). Before a long trip in June, I took my car to get the wheels balanced. At the tire shop, my trusted tire guy informed me my front inner pads were at 3mm. I asked, "Are you sure???" He was. I mentioned this to the mobile ranger who came to do unrelated work a week or so later and he said all of my rotors were grooved badly. Long story short, I ended up with a $1400 brake job. All pads and rotors replaced. The SC knocked off $300, or it would've cost me $1700. The advisor said the previous owner (from NY) apparently never had the brakes inspected or cleaned since new. Lesson learned for me. Even though Kentucky doesn't have nearly as bad winters as New York, I'll still get the brakes cleaned in the spring after snow and ice are behind. I feel much better now knowing I've got good brakes all around. With cold weather coming on, I just thought I'd share this as a reminder to save yourself some future headaches and money by getting your brakes inspected if you have a bad winter this year.