Tyre Load Rating Guide

On your tyre’s sidewall one of the numbers (normally just after the diameter) you will see is it’s load rating. This number indicates the amount of weight it is able to carry.

It is important that you are 100% sure that you know what capacity should be used on your vehicle. Your vehicle’s manufacturer will be able to provide details for your specific model. If you use the wrong tyres, your insurance may, in some cases, become void.

To find out the weight your tyre can handle, please search for the value on the table below:

Load Rating Weight (kg) Load Rating Weight (kg)
62 265 107 975
63 272 108 1000
64 280 109 1030
65 290 110 1060
66 300 111 1090
67 307 112 1120
68 315 113 1150
69 325 114 1180
70 335 115 1215
71 345 116 1250
72 355 117 1285
73 365 118 1320
74 375 119 1360
75 387 120 1400
76 400 121 1450
77 412 122 1500
78 425 123 1550
79 437 124 1600
80 450 125 1650
81 462 126 1700
82 475 127 1750
83 487 128 1800
84 500 129 1850
85 515 130 1900
86 530 131 1945
87 545 132 2000
88 560 133 2060
89 580 134 2120
90 600 135 2180
91 615 136 2240
92 630 137 2300
93 650 138 2360
94 670 139 2430
95 690 140 2500
96 710 141 2575
97 730 142 2650
98 750 143 2725
99 775 144 2800
100 800 145 2900
101 825 146 3000
102 850 147 3075
103 875 148 3104
104 900 149 3250
105 925 150 3350
106 950

If you have any questions regarding your tyre’s load rating, please feel free to ask one of our specialists by either calling us on 01582 585 845 or filling out our contact form and asking about load ratings.