For your tires to function properly, it’s important to select the correct load index. You can locate your tire’s load index on the tire sidewall. It often appears as a two-digit number paired with a letter at the end of the tire size. (The letter is your tire’s speed rating.)
Tire load index is an assigned number that corresponds to the maximum weight that a tire can support when properly inflated.
The higher the tire’s load index number, the greater its load carrying capacity.
Choosing a tire with a lower load index than the original equipment specifications means that the tire will not carry the load capacity of the original.
Brake fluid is to your brakes what oil is to your engine. When it gets low or contaminated, it can compromise your entire braking system. Our service experts will check your brake fluid for free and replace it with high-quality fluid if necessary.