How can I notify if my tires are properly mounted/rotated and directional?
On the tire’s sidewall, directional tires will have a branded rotation arrow. The arrow indicates the direction that the tire should turn.
Unless they are remounted and dismounted on their wheels to hold use on the other side of the car, directional tires are used on single side of the vehicle and are intended to rotate from the front axle to rear axle. If different size of tires is used on the rear vs. front axle, the tires turn into location-specific and forbid the tire rotation unless remounted.
What is the proper air pressure for my tires?
Vehicle manufacturers determine the proper tire air pressure and set the best fine-tune a tire's capabilities to their specific vehicle model they make. You can find the manufacturer's recommended pressure on the placard label of vehicle's tire information, and in the manual of vehicle owner.
What is the proper load rating for my vehicle?
The load index or load range on a tire's sidewall helps identify its ability and strength to contain air pressure. It can be identified in alphabetically ascending order for light truck or SUV tires. The greater amount of air pressure and the stronger the tire, it can resist and load it can carry.