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Tire Identification

Tire identification - How you find out if your passenger car tire is affected

Sidewall inscription

To verify if a specific tire is affected by this program, check the tire sidewall inscription. Only tires with their brand name, product line, tire size, DOT code and the tire mold number identified in the exchange program scope are affected. The attached pictures provide samples of the relevant sidewall inscriptions.

Continental PremiumContact 6 SSR* 315/35 R22 111Y XL

DOT A3RR D7VC 5118

Tire mold number: 416190


The last four digits of the DOT serial numbers indicate the production period (week/year). Affected tires will be replaced free of charge.

Important: The complete DOT serial number including production date is visible only on one side of the tire.

Further information: FAQ (please click on this link)

General Tire Grabber AT³ LT235/85 R16 120/116 S

DOT A30R HMRA 0819

Tire mold number: 416165


The last four digits of the DOT serial numbers indicate the production period (week/year). Affected tires will be replaced free of charge.

Important: The complete DOT serial number including production date is visible only on one side of the tire.

Further information: FAQ (please click on this link)

General Tire Grabber AT³ LT235/85 R16 120/116 S

DOT A30R HMRA 1318

Tire mold number: 416165


The last four digits of the DOT serial numbers indicate the production period (week/year). Affected tires will be replaced free of charge.

Important: The complete DOT serial number including production date is visible only on one side of the tire.

Further information: FAQ (please click on this link)

General Tire Grabber X³ LT265/70 R17 121/118 Q

DOT A3AH HMMM 1518

Tire mold number: 414719


The last four digits of the DOT serial numbers indicate the production period (week/year). Affected tires will be replaced free of charge.

Important: The complete DOT serial number including production date is visible only on one side of the tire.

Further information: FAQ (please click on this link)