I'm removing them because it's a hassle every time I change tyres. The tyre shop always either lose the "key" or place it somewhere I can't find it later. Plus they look ugly. I'm not concerned about theft because I park in a secured underground car park. Also there are so few N cars (about 5) where I live that it makes the rims undesirable for thieves. Wheel thefts are extremely rare in my country. They usually steal the car itself which I'm also not scared of because it's so rare. If I were in the UK I'd park my car in the living room and sleep in it lol
We've had 5 full LED cars in the family. This is the only one with condensation in the headlights. I think it's an i30N issue. Asked 3 people at the dealer. All said that mine is the first LED i30 they've ever sold with this issue. I take their words with a grain of salt of course. It's not impacting the visibility but it just looks cheap and enforces the "Korean cars are built poorly" myth that a lot of people have mentioned to me since I got the car. I love the car and won't be selling it any time soon but stuff like this makes sure my next car won't be a Hyundai.
Had to have the new winters reinstalled today because the first tyre shop didn't "pop" them properly so the sidewalls didn't have proper contact with the rims. The result was a wobbly ride. The correct way to do it is to inflate them to 5-6 bar after installing them so the tyres can stretch out properly. After that you let the air out and inflate them to recommended pressures. The first tyre shop had only inflated them to 3 bar so they didn't stretch out fully.
Had PPF (PremiumShield) put on the front of the car today (bumper, fenders, hood, headlights, mirrors and A pillars). Can't notice it at all with a naked eye. Next step is to detail and ceramic coat the rest of the car. Only then will I be able to stop worrying and enjoy the damn thing.