Did you get your tires changed yet, or do you even need to?

Posted by on Saturday, October 31, 2015

There is always a debate about the best tires to sue for the Winter months.

All Season Tires: Works best in warm, dry and mild wet conditions. Only work when the temperature is above 7°C. Winter drivers should consider all-weather rubbers for better traction throughout the year.

Ice Radials: Remolded tires containing ultra-hard microbits, infused throughout the tire tread. These microbits provide superior traction and safety while offering an environmentally friendly choice to consumers seeking the ultimate in safety and economy. As the tread gradually wears, the microbits embedded through-out the rubber constantly appear on the surface, providing a consistent grip on the road during snowy, icy or wet conditions.

Studded Tires: These snow tires literally have metal studs embedded within the tread. These small, strong pieces of metal are designed to dig into ice, which provides added traction. When the driving surface isn't covered in ice, studded tires can damage the road.



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