Daily I educate my customers on where to find the size and the correct air pressure for your tires. You would think the correct size and air pressure would be on the sidewall of your tire, well yes sorta but the accurate information is on a sticker.
Open your drivers door and there you will see most of the time 2 stickers. The one above will have your cars vehicle identification number, the manufacturer's tire size, correct inflation and date of birth of your said vehicle. When you need to know the correct air pressure check the sticker. The tire pressure on the sidewall could be for a variety of car makes and models but the one that is specified by the manufacturer is on this sticker. Need to know if your car has Federal or California emissions, again, check this sticker. If you needed a catalytic converter or emission sensors re[placed, this info makes a difference in what part you install.
Need to know state or country of origin check the sticker. Ordering or replacing parts sometimes depends on what country your vehicle was built in. Need to know your VIN (Vehicle Identification number) check the sticker one more time, Your VIN is the encyclopedia of your vehicle. Tells the years, color, engine size, trani type and more. This sticker is one of a kind. It can even be traced back to you as the owner of your car if it was stolen or in a fire.
When it doubt check the sticker for accurate information on any vehicle.