The symbol that shows a tire's performance level consists of two parts: Tire performance is marked by Load Index (LI) and Speed Symbol (SS). LI refers to the maximum weight that one tire can support, and SS refers to the maximum speed that a tire can handle. load index and speed symbol.
Load index shows in codified form the maximum weight that can be supported by one tire while driving.
For example, if the load index is 100, it means that a tire can support a maximum of 800kg.
How much weight can your tire support?
Enter your tire’s Load Index in the blank and click the “Enter” key!
Load Index value (possible input range: 0~279) =
Weight According to Load Index
kg(kilogram) = 1pound(lb) = 0.4536kg