If you do not use a Porsche recommended replacement tire, make sure that you purchase your new tires from a reputable tire dealer and that the dealer complies with all manufacturers warnings for those tires.
Only tires with the same make and with the same specification code (e.g. "N0", "N1"...) can be mounted.
Before mounting new tires, check with your Porsche dealer about the current release status.
Use tires with "ZR" quality standards. There are currently no standards concerning tire strength at speeds above 150 mph (240 km/h).
Tires should be replaced no less than on one axle at the time.
Only tires of the same make and type must be used. Mixed tires are not permissible.
Initially, new tires do not have their full traction. You should therefore drive at moderate speeds during the first 60 - 120 miles (100 - 200 km).
If new tires are installed only on one axle, a noticeable change in handling occurs due to the different tread depth of the other tires.
This happens especially if only rear tires are replaced. However, this condition disappears as the new tires are broken in.
Installation of new tires should only be done by a qualified tire technician.
For metal valves, the installation and replacement instructions must be observed.
Parking at the curb
Curb Impact / Tire Damage
Depending on the force of impact, the edge of the rim can also be damaged.
Wheel alignment, wheel balancing
Unbalanced wheels may affect car handling and tire life.
Only the specified weights may be used for wheel balancing.
Self-adhesive weights must not come into contact with cleaning agents, since they could drop off.
Uneven tread wear indicates wheel imbalance. In this event, the vehicle should be checked at an authorized Porsche dealer.
High-Speed tire Vibration
If you continue your trip without having the cause of the fault remedied, you might lose control of your vehicle.