How To Check Tire Age

Every tire has a DOT code, like in the picture above. These codes track production of tires and help when tire are recalled. To find out a tire's age, look at the last four numbers. The first two numbers are the month of production. In the picture, you can see that this particular tire was made in the 10th month, or October. The last two numbers represent the year. In the picture, you can see that this tire was make in 2001. If you look at a tire with a three digit number, the tire was made before 2000. This tire was made in October 2001. 

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