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greenbal.gif (917 bytes)SUVs: Danger on the Road'
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Buying Tires
greenbal.gif (917 bytes)How to check your current tire size
Look in the owner's manual for your vehicle or on the metal tag often found inside the driver's door jamb, glove compartment door of fuel hatch. If you find more than one size listed, you should look on the sidewall of your tire instead.

"P" designates passenger or performance tires. "LT" designates light-truck tires.

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