So how can we know what kind of tires we should buy? The method is very simple. Observe the tires that your car comes with from the original factory, and the specifications and models will be clearly marked on the sidewall. When selecting tires, try to select the specifications, models and patterns on the tires on the original vehicle. The tire sidewalls are often marked with the appropriate season for use, such as WINTER, SUMMER and ALL SEASON. These words refer to winter tires, summer tires and all season tires, respectively. Users in different regions can choose their own tires according to the local climate.
P-model abbreviation (passenger car PC), 195 tire width (mm), 75 flat ratio, R radial structure, 14 tire inner diameter (in), 92 heavy load, S high speed Note: Flat ratio: the ratio of tire height to width. The flatter the tire, the better the performance and the higher the cost.