TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System) is an electronic system that monitors tire air pressure. Knowing if your car has TPMS will enable you to find the right tires.
HOW TO FIND YOUR VEHICLE'S TRIM
Check the side or rear of your vehicle
Check your vehicle's owner's manual
Look inside your driver's side door
Inspect your vehicle's title or registration
Tire size help
Your vehicle's manufacturer-recommended tire size is listed in your owner’s manual. If you do not have your owner’s manual, you may also find your vehicle’s tire size in one of several different places:
Driver’s side door jamb
Inside your glove box door
Within your gas tank hatch
Curious to know what all the numbers in your vehicle's tire size mean? Check out our guide on How to Read Tire Size.
It’s Your Road
Your journey to the top is full of twists and turns. That’s why our tires
are rigorously engineered to perform their best when you need them most.
Today's test: U.S. Olympic archer Khatuna Lorig uses DriveGuard tires for target practice. When you've got places to go, there's no time for a flat. So we make sure our DriveGuard tires can still perform for up to 50 miles on a puncture.
Like you, we’re driven to be the best. Your journey forward inspires
us to engineer some of the most innovative tires in the world. We never compromise and we never settle for good enough. Most importantly, we know the road you’re on. Your need for performance fuels our passion for innovation.
Heavily worn tread will prevent a tire from performing as designed and can lead to unsafe driving conditions. One of the simplest, most common ways to check tread depth requires nothing more than a penny and a few moments of your time.