Never fit tires with a load capacity less than that specified by the vehicle's original equipment manufacturer.
You must ensure that your spare tires have a load capacity at or greater than the original equipment manufacturer
NOTE: European passenger tires manufactured and/or marketed by Goodyear are interchangeable with metric passenger tires and metric passenger tires as long as they have the same section width, aspect ratio and rim diameter.
CAUTION: Never replace a Standard Load (SL) tire with an Extra Load (XL) tire. If the vehicle was originally equipped with "Extra Load" (XL) tires, replace them with XL tires of the same size.
Follow these additional guidelines
Do not overload your vehicle
Refer to your vehicle's owner's manual to determine tire clearance limits. Overloading your vehicle puts stress on your tires and other vital vehicle components. It can also lead to poor drivability, increased fuel consumption
and tire damage.
Never fit new tires on your vehicle that have a lower load capacity than the vehicle's tire placard and remember that the optimum tire width is important for proper load distribution and tire function.
Maintaining suspension and vehicle wheel alignment, balancing and tire rotation
Lack of rotation, worn suspension parts, under or over pressure, tire imbalance wheels and misalignment can cause vibration or uneven tire wear. Change your tires as recommended by your vehicle manufacturer or at a maximum interval of 10,000 km/6,000 miles.