How Old Are My Trailer Tires? - Plug in your DOT Code and find out!

How old are my trailer tires?

All tires sold in the US require a DOT code which is mandated by the U.S Department of Transportation. The DOT code indicates the tire meets all federal standards, these identification numbers are important if the product is recalled. It is recommended to replace all trailer tires every 3-7 years. When purchasing new trailer tires discuss the vendors product in terms of age, to ensure the product that you are receiving has been recently manufactured.

Find Your Tire's Date Code

To find your tire's date code, identify the code on the tire that begins with 'DOT'. The 'DOT' should be followed by a series of four letters and/or numbers.

You will find the 4-digit date code following this set of letters and/or numbers. It will be a 4-digit code containing all numbers.


**Tire Calculator Only Supports Four(4) Number Codes

Enter The 4-Digit Code on Your Tire:

Manufacture Date:

If your tire is older than 3-5 years, be sure to check the trailer tire for dry-rot as it may be time to replace your trailer tires. Also, be sure that the tread is in good shape. Please take a look at our Trailer Tire Options if it is time for your's to be replaced. Please let us know if you have any questions. Thanks!