I learned my lesson in the later '70s when I used anti seize on my 1975 Corvette wheel studs. When my original tires wore out, I purchased new wheels / tires and used anti seize when I mounted them. Months later I had a stud break off. Dealer ordered replacements and said you still have 4 on and OK to drive to work ( a few miles at 25 - 35 mph) until replacement. Several days later, light changed and I braked hard. Wheel broke away and stayed in fender well. Dealer said must be bad batch of studs and ordered complete set.
It wasn't until years later that I learned the issue with using anti seize and highly suspect the anti seize plus my slightly over torqued lugnuts, caused my studs to eventually break. I slightly overtorqued thinking it was better than under-torqued since I occasionaly "tested" the tires at "high speed" on I-79.