Good morning all. Looking for some advice from those of you that have taken long distance rides. I'm planning a cross country ride this summer where I'll be starting in eastern PA and heading west thru the northern part of the states, then down thru CO, UT, NV to CA. Then returning east thru the southern states. Depending on how I feel at the time, when I get to FL, I'd like to go down to Key West. However, if I'm ready to come home at that point, I can just skip Key West and head north back to PA and do Key West some other time. My question is this.......For a trip of that distance, I very well MAY need to replace my tires along the way. They are practically new right now, I will no doubt put a few thousand miles on them once warmer weather gets here, and then once I'm on my trip, I'm thinking they may be pretty worn by the time I get to the return leg of the ride. At that point, I figured I would just use the GPS to find the nearest Honda dealer and get new tires put on. Has anyone else had to do that? Are dealers generally sympathetic to long distance riders and willing to fit you in without calling well in advance to schedule service? Thanks very much.