Frequently Asked Questions

DOT code

DOT is short for “Department of Transportation” and refers to a code made of three or four numbers molded into a tyre’s sidewall. This code indicates the tyre’s manufacturing date and implicit how old that tyre is. For instance, “327” indicates a tyre that was manufactured in the 32nd week of 1997. Starting from 2000, the DOT code has four digits. For example, “1602” refers to a tyre that was manufactured in the 16th week of 2002. uses cookies to provide you with the best possible experience on our website. By using our site, you agree to the use of cookies.

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