Studded tires

Winter tires are specially designed to handle road conditions with snow and ice. This is why in winter conditions; the tire of choice would be a dedicated winter tire. Winter tires exist both studded or non-studded; however, the one thing that any winter tire has in common is that they are all marked with the severe service emblem, also referred to as the “Three-peak mountain snowflake symbol (3PMSF),” which signifies that it is specifically designed to be used in severe winter conditions meaning ice, snow, and slush.

There are many good quality winter tires on the market, like the Nokian Hakkapeliitta R3. These non-studded winter tires offer excellent grip and handling on ice and snow. They are designed to adapt to winter road conditions so you can drive with both safety and comfort. Belonging to the category of non-studded tires, they have the advantages of a dedicated winter tire that offers an excellent grip on icy and snowy roads. They have a bit more flexibility than studded tires, as you are not limited to where or when you can use them. If studded tires are allowed to be used in your area and feel that you need a better grip on ice, you can always upgrade to studded tires as your choice for winter tires.

With dedicated winter tires, you have the best tires to handle harsh winter conditions. You can count on the Nokian Hakkapeliitta R3 tires, no matter what weather conditions you will face. You can count on maximum performance at all times. Tires like the Nokian Hakkapeliitta R3 are designed with the most cutting-edge technologies such as “Biobased Cryo Crystal 3 grip particles” and “multifaceted Snow Claws.” These cryo crystals particles have been added to the rubber compound to improve grip. This, combined with the multifaceted snow claws between the tread block, helps the overall grip on snow and ice when accelerating and braking.

The advantage of these non-studded tires is that there are no restrictions on their use, like with studded tires. This allows you to keep winter tires on longer into the spring, to deal with returning winter weather and the danger of hydroplaning due to slush (slushplaning), which is a real risk with the snow melts of you or you have rainy weather during spring that will melt the snow.

The winter tires are to be used during the winter season, as the name suggests, so once spring arrives, dedicated winter tires need to be changed into all-season tires.

There is also the option for all-weather tires that could work for use all year round, depending on the weather condition in your area. By choosing all-weather tires that are approved for winter use, you can have the ability to drive regardless of the weather conditions and not have to worry about timely tire changes. You have tires that are safe to drive with every day.

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