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  • All-Season Tires -- Are They Really Good in All-Seaons?

  • …is a good idea to check out which snow tire will work best for you. If you typically use summer tires, but temperatures in your region dip below 40 degrees consistently, I would recommend looking at a Performance Winter / Snow tire. Our Tire Decision Guide can help you choose the right tire for your…

  • Review of: Michelin Latitude X-Ice Xi2

  • …up on hiway and over 40 degrees. Only got stuck twice in snow over 5%22 deep %28my fault%29 Better on ice than deep snow. Treadwear is what you would expect from a winter tire. Might get 4 seasons out of them if you take them off as soon as the temp stays over 45 degrees. Pricey, but the %2470.00…

  • Related Products: Rebates | Michelin X Ice
  • Keep Your Windshield Clear in the Rain

  • …reducing the friction that makes a wiper blade judder as it wipes. The key when applying Aquapel is to apply when the temperature is at least 40 degrees or higher. Personally, Aquapel is one of my favorite automotive products and is much easier to buff back off the window than Rain-X. A good set…

  • Related Products: Windshield Wipers | Aquapel
  • When it Snows Can You Still Go?

  • …tire is capable of providing. Many of the cars that roll off the assembly line are equipped with summer performance tires that simply are not effective when the temperatures fall below 40 degrees Farenheit. The time to start shopping for winter tires and winter tires and wheels is right now!


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