245 75R16 tyres suit a range of different vehicles. They have 245mm section widths and aspect ratios of 75%. This figure means that the height of each tyre is 75% of its width. The R in the code lets you know that 245 75 R16 tyres feature radial ply construction, while the 16 signifies that they suit wheel rims that have 16 inch diameters.
At the end of a tyre's code will be several numbers and a letter. These tell you the maximum load capacity of each tyre, as well as the top speed that they can reach safely. 245 75R16 114S tyres can carry 1180kg each, at speeds of up to 180km/h.
These tyres can suit a range of larger vehicles, such as utes, vans and 4WDs. Some options that may be able to use 245 75 R16 tyres include the Ford E-250 Econoline, the Ford Everest, the Ford Ranger, the Jeep Wrangler, the Mazda B-Series, the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport, the Nissan Pathfinder and the Toyota Tacoma.
Other options may suit your driving style better than 245 75R16 tyres. Something such as the 255 70R16 is slightly wider, giving you a shorter braking distance and better handling. This makes them a great option for safety-conscious drivers.