Tire size is an important factor when buying new tires for your vehicle. The size indicates the type of vehicle and the diameter of the tire. To find out what size you need, you must know what type of vehicle you have.

Most vehicles have a letter-and-number combination in their tire size. This means that there are two numbers separated by a letter, such as 235/70R16. The first number represents the width of the tire, while the second number represents its height or aspect ratio.

The letter at the end of each tire size indicates whether it is meant for off-road use. For example, if your car has all-terrain tires, then it will have "TT" at the end of its size designation (e.g., 245/75R16). All tire vendors will use these sizes on their online inventory to make it easy to correctly identify the right tire for your vehicle.


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