Put your front tires at 30-32, and your rear tires at the rating on the sidewall.
Just be wary, your car will be ass sliding happy!
I don't count since I run 16's (and 15's in the winter), but I run 38 PSI up front and 29 in the rear. Neutral handling FTW (and yes, it took a LOT of time to find that out, and several tanks of gas. The guys working at the 76 station got worried that I had a bad tire, and were going to recommend tire places, until I told them I was driving up and down the side of a mountain spiritedly to find the best air pressure for handling).
If it was a Ford, you would have to automatically add 10 PSI to whatever is on the placard in the door sill. Otherwise, your tires will catch on fire and you will die when your car pops a tire on the freeway, and you roll 12 times into the oncoming lane and get TBoned, in the roof, by a Semi. That is assuming it didn't catch on fire before you could even get in it and drive it.