When To Change To Winter Tires

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When To Change To Winter Tires
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  • When is the Right Time to Make the Winter Tire Swap?

  • When is the best time to change out summer/all-season tires for winter tires? The easy rule of thumb to remember is Thanksgiving to Tax Day, which is late November to mid-April. Of course, with the great diversity of climate we have in this country, the more specific answer is going to be a bit different…

  • How big of a difference do winter tires make? Night and Day!

  • tire geek, I often have very in depth conversations on what amount to nuanced differences. Sure, the differences are there between Tire A and Tire B, but really, most of the time, we are talking about slight personality changes that one has to really look for to notice. With a winter tire, the change

  • What Your Change is Telling You About Tread Depth

  • to gauge our tire's tread depth, read "When Should I Replace My Tires?" to learn what Honest Abe may not be telling today's drivers. As a reference, most passenger car tires are molded to 10/32", and some specialty truck tires can be molded to as much as 16/32" tread depth or more. If measuring tire

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  • The Benefits of Winter Tires and Wheels!

  • …were heavy/wet snow. I drove the car on several occasions when I probably shouldn't have, but I never got stuck. I changed out my 18" Michelin Pilot Sports on a night with light snow and ice. I could barely move w/the summer tires. I took the car out immediately after the tire change to compare and practically…

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  • Caring for Your New Winter / Snow Tires

  • …process to "burn off". These oils can make the rubber artificially slick, especially in wet conditions, and wearing off these oils will allow your new winter / snow tires to provide peak performance when needed most. Whether you purchased winter performance tires, high performance snow tires or even…




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