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  • Longer-Lasting Tires for Your Audi Q7

  • …visible "DWS" indicates the tire has sufficient tread depth for dry conditions, as well as wet roads and light snow. After the "S" wears away, the remaining "DW" indicates the tire only has sufficient tread depth for dry and most wet road conditions. And after the…

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  • Continental ExtremeContact DWS

  • …DWS stands for Dry, Wet, Snow. After the "S" has worn away, the remaining "DW" is a warning that the tire only has sufficient tread depth for dry and wet road conditions. Finally, after the "W" and "S" have both worn away, the remaining "D" tells you…

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  • Continental's Top-Rated Max Performance Summer Tire

  • …you when performance levels will be diminished as the tire wears. There is a 'D' and a 'W' molded into the tread. The D is for dry traction and is visible until 2/32" of tread depth. The W is the wet traction indicator and disappears at 4/32". Continental also includes a great warranty…

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  • Original Equipment Tire Designations | Tire Rack

  • …in pairs (rather than sets of four) due to a lack of maintenance or when equivalent tread wear can't be achieved through periodic tire rotation. While it can't make up for performance differences due to tread depth, it is most important to match new tires to those originally used on the vehicle when…

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