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Load Rating

Tyre Load Ratings for Road Cars

On the sidewall of your tyres you'll find a series of numbers and letters that denote the tyre's specification. They'll look similar in format to this: 195 / 55 R17 90 W.

The number at the end (90 in this example) is the tyre's load rating index. It is used to determine the maximum load your tyres can safely support, including vehicle weight, passengers, luggage and towage.

A load rating table is used to work out this maximum weight in kilograms.

Load Index Max Weight Kg
62 265
63 272
64 280
65 290
66 300
67 307
68 315
69 325
70 335
71 345
72 355
73 365
74 375
75 387
76 400
77 412
78 425
79 437
80 450
81 462
82 475
83 487
84 500
85 515
86 530
87 545
88 560
89 580
90 600
91 615
92 630
93 650
94 670
95 690
96 710
97 730
98 750
99 775
100 800
101 825
102 850
103 875
104 900
105 925
106 950
107 975
108 1000
109 1030

As you can see from the table, our example tyre with a load rating of 90 can support a maximum weight of 600kg.

Car manufacturers decide which tyre specifications are to be used on their models. They base their decision on the weight of the vehicle and expected load usage. Your vehicle handbook will provide this information so you can choose the right tyres for your vehicle with the correct tyre load rating.

Important: For your safety and peace of mind you must run tyres with the correct load rating for your vehicle. Tyres with a higher load rating are fine to run, but tyres with a lower load rating are potentially dangerous to use on your vehicle, and may invalidate your insurance.


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