FAQs ( Tyres )
How do you know what tire fits my vehicle?
Original Equipment tire sizes shown in search results for particular vehicles are determined based on the best information currently available to us from vehicle manufacturers and from manual inspection of new vehicles as they are released. Many vehicles have optional trim levels/packages that include different tire sizes. This "Additional Model Info" is listed for you to choose from in search results as well.
Since variations based on options or vehicle manufacturer changes may determine the Original Equipment tire size on your vehicle, always verify the size you are purchasing matches the tire size for your vehicle (usually found in the door jamb, glove box lid or gas cap door) or in the Owner's Manual.
If you are unsure what size is installed on your vehicle, please confirm the size as listed on the tire sidewall before placing your order.
The Optional Tire Sizes featuring different rim diameters we list for many vehicles are based on over 30 years of experience we have with plus size wheel and tire combinations. However, it is important to note that these optional tire sizes are based on vehicle specific wheel sizes/offsets offered by Tire Rack.
Can I mount non-run-flat tires on my stock wheels even if my vehicle came with run-flat tires as Original Equipment?
Yes. But keep in mind that many times when a vehicle is equipped with run-flat tires from the factory, a spare tire is not included. Some drivers opt to carry a full-size spare or a space saver spare tire. Another option is to carry a product like the Continental ContiComfortKit for temporary mobility in the event a tire is punctured.
Also note that when you first change from a run-flat to a non-run-flat tire, the installer will need run-flat capable equipment to remove the original tire. Many of our Recommended Installers have this equipment.