Know your tire size
There are a couple easy ways to find out the size of your tires. If your vehicle still has the original tires from purchase date, most of the time you can find the tire size information in your owner’s manual or on the tire placard located on the driver’s door jamb, glove compartment door or inside the fuel hatch.
When replacing tires on your vehicle always meet or exceed the load and speed rating recommended by the vehicle manufacturer.
You can also read the sidewall of your tire to determine its size. Just write down the following measurements and give the information to us over the phone or by text or email.
Passenger Car Tire
Aspect Ratio (height/width)
When our tire replacement technician or phone sales rep asks you what type of tire you’re needing, it will help to determine what type of driving you do, and in what conditions. So think about the performance criteria you would prefer in a tire. Are you looking for all-season or winter tires if you drive in the snow or on ice? Do you want wet traction tires if you do a lot of rain driving or are you more concerned with corner capabilities on dry roads if you are needing a tire that can grip the road? When you establish what you need in a tire, the rep will be able to suggest the best option for you.
If you are replacing 2 tires instead of all 4, ask if they can be installed on the rear axle. Since new tires grip the road better, it will help reduce the potential for your vehicle to fishtail or hydroplane in wet-rainy conditions if the new tires are mounted on the rear.