All-season tires

It seems like the importance of tires is often forgotten. People talk about how safe their car is and the safety features of the vehicle, but they forget to mention the tires and the importance it has. Without proper tires you can in some cases not drive at all. This is even the case if you have an SUV or 4×4, which are deemed to be safer vehicles, but with no grip on snow and ice, they can’t really function when using all-season tires in winter conditions.

Tires are the car’s only contact with the road surface. The car has to transmit all its power and control to the surface via the tires. If the tires don’t have the proper grip, the tires will not be able to respond the in the proper way. The tires tread plays a significant role in ensuring the driving safety as well as the braking distance and control over your car.

For winter tires, the tread can have metal studs protruding from it, the so-called studded tires and you can have crystal like gripping particles for the non-studded tires. The compound is made for the colder weather and will remain soft and flexible contrary to all-season tires, which will turn hard and inflexible, resulting in almost no traction driving on ice or snow. This is why you have to make sure that you improve your safety by equipping your car with a great set of premium winter, all-season or all-weather tires.

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