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Learn to Read Your Tires

You don't know how to read a tire? There's still time to learn! Order the right tires for your vehicle every time.


The first letter (now sometimes missing) indicates the type of vehicle. P is for a tourism car, LT is for a light truck.

The first number indicates the width of the tire tread area in millimeters. Usually between 155 and 245.

The second number indicates the height of the sidewall of the tire. Usually between 80 and 45.

The letter R indicates that it is a radial tire. The other type being diagonal. The difference between the two resides in the way the tire is made.

The last number is the diameter of the wheel in inches.


A “tubeless” tire is a tire with no air chamber. The advantage of a tubeless tire is that it is sturdier so there are less flat tires.


This pictogram shows that a winter tire meets a demanding performance standard on snow. Unlike M + S, this acronym answers to a norm adopted by the Rubber Association of Canada.

M for Mud and S for Snow.

This designation can be found mostly on winter tires and four seasons tires. Nonetheless, its performances in winter conditions are not tested.


The first number determines the load that the tire can withstand. This is an indication and not the value of the load.

The letter that accompanies it indicates the speed of the tire. Chosen by the manufacturer, it indicates the maximum speed that this tire can tolerate according to its resistance to heat.

Tire wear

Lifetime of a Tire

Ensuring your tires are in great shape is essential to maintaining safe drivability. Usually, after 4-5 years of usage, tires need to be verified by a specialist and/or replaced. Even if a 10-year-old tire was never used, it should be thrown away because the chemical composition of the rubber degrades after time.

How to Evaluate the Condition of your Tire?

The most commun method is probably the one with the 25 cents. You simply have to place the caribou's nose towards the ground and then insert it between the grooves of the tire. If the Caribou's nose stays visible, the tires can no longer be used. For a more precise measure, it is also possible to evaluate your tire's condition with a deth gauge. For your tires to be safe enough to face the winter roads, their thickness must be around 6/32 of an inch (4.8mm).

Preventing Premature Wear

In order to prevent the premature wear of your tires, it is important to maintain adequate air pressure at all times. To do so, frequently verify your tire’s pressure or fill them with nitrogen. Also, your tires should be swapped and balanced every 10,000km to ensure the wear is distributed equally.

3 Maintenance Tips for Better Durability

1 - Check the tire pressure every month!
2 - Have your vehicle’s alignment checked yearly.
3 - Make the swap (front to the back) as regularly as possible.