Since garage tiles are designed to be floating/interlocked together without being adhered to the subfloor beneath, it is important to understand weight limits of the tile.
Rolling load or rolling weight refers to the movement of substantial weight across a floor. Static load or static weight refers to a substantial amount of stationary weight stored on a floor. These weights are typically listed in quantity measurement Per Square Inch, example: 60,000 lbs PSI.
If these weight limits are exceeded, this can cause serious damage to your floor that cannot be fixed without being replaced. You can typically disperse the weight of heavy static loads be using a minimum 1/2" plywood board that is cut to size of the base of the load.