Vehicle trim level (examples: the "SE" in "Ford Focus SE," or the "i Sport" in "Mazda 6 i Sport") is required to narrow down our wide selection of name-brand tires for your specific vehicle.
By not choosing an option in the "Trim" drop-down box, you will see tire listings for all trim levels available at Quick Lane Tire & Auto Centers for your vehicle model, not just the tire listings that fit your vehicle's particular trim level.
Vehicle trim level is often indicated by chrome badging on the rear or trunk area of the vehicle. It is also typically printed on the vehicle's window sticker (also known as the "Monroney" sticker), among other vehicle paperwork.
Trim level can affect many aspects of the vehicle that are related to performance, such as stability and handling, advanced electronics, and weight. Therefore, it is important to choose a tire that works best with your vehicle's trim level.
The best way to determine your vehicle's trim level and optimal tire choices is to visit your local Quick Lane Tire & Auto Center for expert help.
The quick way to find your tire size
Where do I find my tire size and tire inflation requirements?
To find your original equipment tire size, load carrying capacity, speed rating and PSI (cold) inflation specifications, check your vehicles' placard.
Where do I find my tire size?
Your tire size can be found in the number located on the sidewall of your tire.
How do I read my tire size?
The following diagram illustrates some of the important aspects of your tire size:
Metric Type (P)
The "P" indicates the tire is for passenger vehicles. "LT" would indicate a light truck tire.
This three-digit number gives the width in millimeters of the tire from sidewall edge to sidewall edge. In general, the larger the number, the wider the tire.
Aspect Ratio (65)
The two-digit number, know as the aspect ratio, gives the tire's ratio of height to width. Numbers of 70 or lower indicate a short sidewall for improved steering response and better overall handling on dry pavement.
Construction Type (R)
The "R" stands for the radial. Radial ply construction of tires has been the industry standard for the past 20 years.
Rim Size (15)
This two-digit number is the wheel or rim size's diameter in inches. If you change your wheel size, you will have to purchase new tires to match the new wheel size.
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Dealer-installed retail tire purchases only, limit one redemption per customer.
Purchase tires between 10/1/11 and 11/30/11.
Rebate form must be submitted by 12/31/11.
See participating Quick Lane for vehicle applications and rebate details.