Driving on any underinflated tyre is dangerous and may result in sudden tyre destruction caused by excessive heat build-up. For replacement tyres, your tyre retailer should provide you with the proper inflation pressure. Otherwise, follow the air pressure recommendation found within your vehicle’s owner manual or tyre placard in your vehicle. If your replacement tyre size is different from the original equipment tyre size, ask your tyre retailer for a revised air pressure recommendation guide in order to adequately support your vehicle’s gross vehicle weight rating.
Check the cold inflation pressure in all of your tyres, including the spare tyre, at least once every week and always prior to long distance trips. Failure to maintain the proper air inflation pressure may result in improper vehicle handling and may cause rapid and irregular tyre wear, reduction in tyre durability, loss of vehicle control, or sudden tyre failure that may lead to property damage, serious personal injury or death.
Never exceed the maximum inflation pressure for the tyre.