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Q: How do I find the tire identification number (TIN)?

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How do I find the tire identification number (TIN)?

A: The tire identification number (TIN) helps ...

The tire identification number (TIN) helps you know what specifications your tires are. This is very important when the time comes to replace your tires. Your TIN is located along the outside of each wheel; however, if it is worn off on the outside of the tire, you’ll be able to find it on the inside.

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