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Why you should choose us?

KAFARAT PLUS have been into tire and other related product with giving cycle services, where we have experience over 20 years throw those things we built our platform and applications to enhance our customers' financial position, to reach goals by providing the very highest quality products and services possible at your doorstep or in our centers.

What is the load index – speed index on tire?

Ø Load index

Tire load index tells you how much weight your car can safely carry based on the correct tire size and pressure. It was calculated by the people who built your vehicle, and they know what they’re talking about! You can check your owner’s manual to figure out the recommended tire size and load rating, or you can check out the tires that came on your car when you got it. You will need to stick to that number (or higher) when it is time to buy new tires for your ride.

Ø Speed Rating

The speed rating tells you the speed the tire can safely maintain over time. A higher speed rating usually means you will have better control and handling at higher speeds — and that the tire can take the extra heat. As a general rule, tires with higher speed ratings also handle better at slower speeds.

The main things to know:

Generally, the higher in the alphabet a tire is rated, the better it will manage heat and faster speeds. There is an exception for the H rating; read on for why.

Your actual speed capacity may be less than a tire’s rating. The rating indicates a new tire’s performance in tightly controlled lab settings, not the open road. Tire condition, inflation level, extra cargo, road surfaces and weather are everyday limits that play into a tire’s maximum safe speed.

If you have tires with different speed ratings, the limit of the lowest rated tire is the fastest you can drive and stay within your tires’ capability.

The most common ratings are S and T (sedans, minivans, light trucks); H (some passenger cars, sports cars, coupes, some light trucks); N, P, Q and R (light trucks); and V, W and Y (high-performance cars). Most winter tires have Q, S or T speed ratings.

How can I pay?

You have three options of payment

§  Bank Transfer

§  Credit cards

§  cash on Delivery


How can I order a product?

   Find the product that fit your vehicle.

When you visit, choose to search a tire by size

Always ensure the correct tire size by visually reading the size of your existing tires and/or checking with the owner’s manual of your vehicle.  

Once you have selected the correct information and hit search, we will present you with all the Tires in that size we currently have in stock.

The search result page allows you to see all the relevant information of each tire.  You can find more information on each tire by double-clicking on to the photo of that tire.


Add them to your shopping cart

Select check out to finish your order

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§  Pay for the selection

Receive the Tire or other product delivery



How to read tire size?

1. Width 

195 indicates the section width of a tire in millimeters.

2. Aspect ratio or profile

55 is the aspect ratio or tire profile.

3. Tire construction

R means that the tire has radial ply construction,

4. Rim

16- Indicates the diameter of the wheel rim in inches. 

5. Load index

87 -indicating the maximum load capacity

6. Speed symbol

H -Speed Rating. Indicates the maximum speed for the tire when at full load.

How to read the date of production (DOT) of a tire?

On the sidewall you will find a tire’s ‘DOT code’. One of the key pieces of information that can be gained from this is the date the tire was manufactured.

Since the year 2000, the date section of the code - the last digits - has been made up of 4 numbers.

The first two digits tell you the week number and the last two indicate the year the tire was manufactured. In the example below the age, code is '3909'. This means the tire was made in the 39th week of the year 2009.

What is the proper air pressure for my tires?

Recommended pressure is usually between 30 and 35 PSI but the Proper tire air pressure is determined by the vehicle manufacturers and is set to best fine-tune a tire's capabilities to their specific vehicle make and model. The vehicle manufacturer's pressure recommendation can be found on the vehicle's tire information placard label, as well as in the vehicle owner's manual , as you can see in the sticker below PSI is 33 of 235/55R19 for the FRONT AVANT and REAR ARRIERE.