To determine the age, you can subtract the manufacture date from the current date, which would make this particular tire 2 years and 7 months old.
When you purchase tires from a dealer, you can expect that they will be between 18 months and 5 years old, so make a note of it to remind yourself when you’ll definitely need to replace them.
We recommend: All tyres (including spare tyres) that were manufactured more than ten years ago should be replaced with new tyres, even if they appear to be usable from their external appearance and if the tread depth may have not reached the minimum wear out depth.
In this case, the tire would have been made in June 2010.
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How To Tell A Tyre's Age On the sidewall you will find a tyre's ‘DOT code’.
One of the key pieces of information that can be gained from this is the date the tyre was manufactured.