Driving on any under inflated tire is dangerous and may result in sudden tire destruction caused by excessive heat build-up. For replacement tires, your tire retailer should provide you with the proper inflation pressure. Otherwise, follow the air pressure recommendation found within your vehicle's owner manual or tire placard in your vehicle. If your replacement tire size is different from the original equipment tire size, ask your tire retailer for a revised air pressure recommendation guide in order to adequately support your vehicle's gross vehicle weight rating.
HIGH PERFORMANCE TIRE CHARACTERISTICS
Typically have aspect ratios of 60
Have an H speed rating
Provide improved traction and handling as compared to non-performance tires
Often provide all-season capabilities – but some are not built for snow and ice
Are generally less expensive than Ultra High Performance products
TIRE ROTATION GUIDE
Forward Cross - The most commonly used rotation pattern, designed primarily for front wheel drive vehicles - which most cars have.
Front-to-Rear & Rear-to-Front - Primarily used for performance vehicles equipped with
directional tires of the same size.
TIRE RATINGS & SELECTION GUIDE
There are a number of things to consider when purchasing tires for your vehicle.