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Do not you know exactly which tires you need? Then look here your car and we'll show you the right tires.
The tyre width and the complete tyre marking can be read off the side of your old tyre. The width is in the first place and is given in mm. To choose the right tyre, make a note of the complete marking as shown below.
The tyre cross-section and the complete tyre marking can be read off the side of your old tyre. The cross-section is in second place and indicates the proportion of tyre height to tyre width in percent. To choose the right tyre, make a note of the complete marking as shown below.
The diameter and the complete tyre marking can be read off the side of your old tyre. The rim diameter or inner diameter of the tyre is in fourth place and is given in inches. To choose the right tyre, make a note of the complete marking as shown below.
The load index and the complete tyre marking can be read off the side of your old tyre. The load index is in fifth place and indicates the maximum permissible load in kg. To choose the right tyre, make a note of the complete marking as shown below.
The speed index and the complete tyre marking can be read off the side of your old tyre. The speed index is in sixth place and indicates the maximum permitted vehicle speed in km/h. To choose the right tyre, make a note of the complete marking as shown below.
0 / 0 R0 0 / 0 / R0 0 0
Runflat tires are equipped with a technology that avoids a tire damage. These properties allow in case of puncture the continuation of travel at a maximum speed of 80 km / h.




Reinforced tires are particularly stable and are designed to carry higher loads. Tires called Reinforced (RF) or often Extra Load (XL) are mainly needed on off-road vehicles / SUVs, vans and transporters.

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