Find the right tyre size for your make and model

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Staggered fitment

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You can find the tyre sizing for your car in 2 places:


Your car’s Owner's Manual

Just search Tyre Size in the index. The manual may list more than one tyre size as the manual may cater for different car models.


On your current tyres

It can be found on the sidewall of the tyre, see image below. Make sure to check the front and rear tyres, as some cars have a staggered fit (different sized tyres on front and back).

Tyre sizes explained: What do tyre numbers mean?

The code (or numbers) you see on the edge of your tyres provide a lot of information about the rubber on your wheels, including:


  • -Tyre Size,
  • -Construction
  • -Load Threshold
  • -Tyre Speed Rating.


Typically, larger tyres are more expensive; however, car wheels are increasing in size and smaller tyres are becoming less popular.

Remember though, you don’t need to be an expert. Our mycar tyre specialists are here to deliver the guidance you need to ensure you don’t dress your wheels in the wrong size tyre.
Don't guess your tyre size when you can look it up instead. All you need is your car rego.

Tyre Width

The first set of numbers in the code will indicate the tyre width measured in millimetres.

Tyre Profile

The second number is the profile (ratio of tyre width to height) and typically expressed as a percentage. Tyres with a lower profile are typically found on performance cars due to their firmer side wall.

Tyre Construction

The type of construction is indicated by a letter, usually 'R' standing for radial.

Tyre Diameter

The diameter will tell you which size rim the tyre is designed to fit. Just to confuse you, tyre measurements are generally in inches.

Speed Capacity

This symbol indicates the tyre’s maximum load capacity and speed at which the tyre can safely travel (subject to correct fitting and recommended inflation pressure). 95H = 95 is a maximum load of 690kg per tyre and H represents a maximum speed of 210km/h.


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