TYRE READING(WITH VIDEO)

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UNDERSTANDING TYRE SPECIFICATIONS

Tyres come in all shapes and sizes, and most cars are compatible with more than one option. This can make choosing the right tyre for your car quite confusing at times.

If you’re looking to replace or upgrade your current tyres, learning how to read tyre specifications can help to make the process a little simpler. That’s why at Alfa Tyre, we’ve put together this simple guide.

Keep reading to learn how to find out more about tyre specifications, including your car’s ideal tyre size, and how to read what that tyre size should be.

WHERE TO FIND YOUR TYRE SIZE

The first port of call for reading your tyre size should be your vehicle’s owner manual. This manual should have all the specifications you require to make an informed tyre decision.

Alternatively, tyres have a code system moulded into their sidewall. This allows you to understand their technical capabilities, so you drive appropriately depending on the type of tyre you currently have. It will also help you better determine what tyre you need to replace it with should it be time to switch.

READING TYRE SIZE

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