If I were you ,and I listened to your situation - goto a shop for this . The TIP IS : ALL , ALL , virtually ALL Tire shops OVERTORQUE your lugs , they got the "tools" to minimize this , AND EVEN BE ACCURATE , but they either don't care , send you to an "affiliated shop" for kickback (they're Shills) , Lazy worker , worker doesn't know that - UNLESS LUGNUT MOVES WHILST TORQUING the WRENCH , is improper AND they've probablly caused the H-Duty ingersoll Rand pneumatic "guns" gone waaaay overtorque (usually the cause).
So , you go and buy a decent torque wrench , extension ,sockets that fit your cars ,and when you are finished at those tire shops - IN THIER PARKING LOT is best , you first LOOSEN and then Re-torque ea. of the lugnuts on ANY TIRES THEY TOUCHED . And not necessary to "star tighten" cause you may lose track and waste time repeating some , ya see star pattern is when all lugs are simultaneously in a semi-loose state - these are all tight already. Your properly "finalizing" the torque ,ea. in succession.
Happened to my daughter's car ," SHILLman" tire let's call'em , I get mgr , he sees how as I LOOSEN LUG IT BREAKS CLEAN OFF (Clint Eastwood ?)
I said to him " IF my daughter has to take 20 minutes longer than necessary from U-guys bad workmanship , gets hit by cars , like mangle meat, I come and make that mechanics FACE via THIS torkwrench look worse than her " - he's shaking now and kindly offers to get it fixed , and I thank him for realizing the reality / ramifications of that kind of incompetant work.