Register Your Tires

Our quality policy for guaranteeing customers' safety.
Hankook is constantly striving to ensure the highest quality of goods.

Our quality policy for guaranteeing customers' safety.<br>
Hankook is constantly striving to ensure the highest quality of goods.

‘Why You Should Register Your New Hankook Tires’

The purpose of registering your new Hankook tires is to give us the required information to contact you in the event of a recall. Although a recall is unlikely, it is important to make sure your tires are properly registered just in case. Government regulations encourage consumer registration of tires directly with the manufacturer. You, the consumer, should be aware that independent tire dealers and distributors are NOT required to register for you.

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Dealer Information

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Tire Information

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ex) DynaPro AT ex) 4 ex) P235/75R17 ex) T79JPCYY2503
  • Multiple tires may have the same DOT code or they may have different DOT codes.
    Please check each tire and enter as many codes as you have.
  • Registration is for HANKOOK tires only.
  • DOT numbers DO NOT HAVE ANY SPACES.
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Where Do I Find My DOT Number?

Hankook imprints the DOT number on the rim of your tire, as indicated in the diagram to the left. (This number is placed on one or both sides of the tire. Depending on which side of the tire is facing out, you may have to look on the inside area of the tire to locate the number.) Once you have located the DOT number, copy down the 10 to 12 characters that follow) These numbers/letters are needed to complete the DOT Registration Form on this Web site.

DOT(Department of Transportation) Number
DOT(Department of Transportation)

The DOT stands for the Department of Transportation, a government agency required to certify quality standards for vehicles. This DOT certification is branded on the sidewall of your tire, which certifies that it meets or surpasses the requirements of the DOT. The numbers/letters that follow the DOT mark represent the plant where the tire was manufactured, the size, pattern, brand, and the date of manufacture. Federal regulations encourage registration of each DOT number for every tire purchased.

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