Your vehicle specifications (including engine and year) can be found on your vehicle's instruction manual or your license document.

Your vehicle specifications (including engine and year) can be found on your vehicle's instruction manual or your license document.

Your vehicle specifications (including engine and year) can be found on your vehicle's instruction manual or your license document.

Your vehicle specifications (including engine and year) can be found on your vehicle's instruction manual or your license document.

Your vehicle specifications (including engine and year) can be found on your vehicle's instruction manual or your license document.

The easiest way to find out the size of your tyres is to check the string of numbers and letters written on the sidewall of your current tyres. You can also find it in your vehicle instruction manual.

The first three digits on your tyres' designation (on the sidewall) represent the width of your tyres in millimeters. For example, this tyre is 205 mm wide.

The second two digits in your tyre's designation (on the sidewall) shows the height to width ratio. This tyre’s sidewall height is 55% of its width.

Following R (standing for Radial) you will find the diameter of your tyre's rim in inches. This tyre fits on an 16-inch rim

This code indicates the maximum weight the tyre can carry. The ‘91’ code means this tyre can carry up to 615 kg.

The last element on your tyre's designation is a letter : it indicates its speed index symbol. It is the maximum speed your tyre can carry its load. In this case, ‘V’ 240 Km/h (150 mph).

Tyres with reinforced sidewalls which support the load in the event of a loss of pressure. Reserved for vehicles designed for this type of tyre.

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