your link is only showing me a Listerine commercial ??
As to your date codes & how to read them, google the Brand's name & you should find contact info...Or try http://www.tirerack.com
Lots of auto tire info there..
If your tires have any warranty left, (if proven defective) you can get free replacements.. I did on my truck several yrs back Dunlops(5 yr warranty) were cracking, & wouldn't stay balanced.. Yes I got a fresh set of BF Goodrich skins (6 yr warranty) & been fine since..But I read the date codes BEFORE I allowed tire shop to install them..
Personally I try to stick to good brands that carry a long warranty & are Fresh..
Now my OL's BMW we switched to Goodyears... What a BAD mistake.. Dangerous in rain.. So replaced them with the oem recommended Michellens & been fine since..Personally, I think that anyone getting new tires should do their homework first & know how to read the date codes & make sure your getting a fresh set..
I have refused tires that were well over 1 yr old on the date.......