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Q: What is a tire identification number and what does it mean?

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What is a tire identification number and what does it mean?

A: Each tire on your Accord is labeled with a ...

Each tire on your Accord is labeled with a tire identification number (TIN). This number identifies different things about the car. It should begin with the letters DOT, and then contain a mix of letters and numbers. It includes information such as:

  • DOT means that the tire does meet federal DOT requirements.

  • The first four letters and numbers after DOT identify the tire manufacturer.

  • The next four letters and number identify the tire type.

  • The last four digits are the year and week of manufacturing.

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