Load Index

Load Index (LI) indicates the maximum load capacity of a tyre. In a regular passenger car, the load capacity of a tyre must be at least 25 % of the car's total mass. If the car's axle loads are specified in the registration certificate, the load capacity must be at least 50 % of the axle load.

To find out the minimum allowed tyre load index for your car, please type your car's total mass or axle load in the fields below. You will find this information in your car's registration certificate.

Enter the total mass of your car as indicated in the registration certificate:
kg
Or enter the axle load for your car as indicated in the registration certificate:
kg

The most common load indexes for tyres

60 = 250 kg
61 = 257 kg
62 = 265 kg
63 = 272 kg
64 = 280 kg
65 = 290 kg
66 = 300 kg
67 = 307 kg
68 = 315 kg
69 = 325 kg
70 = 335 kg
71 = 345 kg
72 = 355 kg
73 = 365 kg
74 = 375 kg
75 = 387 kg
76 = 400 kg
77 = 412 kg
78 = 425 kg
79 = 437 kg
80 = 450 kg
81 = 462 kg
82 = 475 kg
83 = 487 kg
84 = 500 kg
85 = 515 kg
86 = 530 kg
87 = 545 kg
88 = 560 kg
89 = 580 kg
90 = 600 kg
91 = 615 kg
92 = 630 kg
93 = 650 kg
94 = 670 kg
95 = 690 kg
96 = 710 kg
97 = 730 kg
98 = 750 kg
99 = 775 kg
100 = 800 kg
101 = 825 kg
102 = 850 kg
103 = 875 kg
104 = 900 kg
105 = 925 kg
106 = 950 kg
107 = 975 kg
108 = 1000 kg
109 = 1030 kg
110 = 1060 kg
111 = 1090 kg
112 = 1120 kg
113 = 1150 kg
114 = 1180 kg
115 = 1215 kg
116 = 1250 kg
117 = 1285 kg
118 = 1320 kg
119 = 1360 kg
120 = 1400 kg
121 = 1450 kg
122 = 1500 kg
123 = 1550 kg
124 = 1600 kg
125 = 1650 kg
126 = 1700 kg
127 = 1750 kg
128 = 1800 kg
129 = 1850 kg
130 = 1900 kg
131 = 1950 kg
132 = 2000 kg