Goodyear Tire Recalls
At Goodyear, our top priority is your safety and satisfaction. In the event of a recall, we want to make sure that your tires are replaced – at no charge to you, of course. To find out if your tire has been subject to a Goodyear recall, simply enter your DOT number below.
Quick Note: Do not enter the letters "DOT" in the search box before your full DOT number. Do not include spaces.
DOT (stands for Department of Transportation) means that the tire complies with all applicable transportation safety standards established in the United States. The DOT or serial number must begin with the letters "DOT" followed by a combination of numbers and letters up to 12 characters. You can find the DOT number on the sidewall of your tires as shown in the example below. Please note, the majority of Goodyear consumer tires, but not all, have the full DOT number on both sides of the tires (including the last 4 numbers of the DOT code which represent the 2-digit week and 2-digit year of manufacture. Example: 0814 would indicate the tire was manufactured during the 8th week of 2014). In those instances where the full DOT number is not on both sides of the tire, you may need to look at the inboard side of the tire to determine the week and year of manufacture. Do not include the letters "DOT" in the search box before your full DOT number, doing so will result in an error message.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact your authorized Goodyear tire dealer or the Goodyear Customer Assistance Center at 800-321-2136 between 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM ET Monday through Friday.
Register Your Tires
We strongly recommend that any tire you purchase be registered at the time it is purchased. It enables us to contact you directly in the event of a product safety-related recall. Recalled tires will be replaced free of charge – including mounting, balancing, and taxes.
NHTSA's databases can provide you with additional in-depth information about tire safety and recalls for all tire brands and manufacturers.