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  • Winter Tech Information - Winter Driving Techniques

  • …skidding in the opposite direction. This is known as a counter-skid. In rear-wheel drive cars, make sure the oversteer is not coming from simple wheel spin. If it is, adjust your accelerator pressure to eliminate the wheel spin. In any case, the earlier you catch the oversteer the easier it will be…

  • Bridgestone Winter Tire Driving School

  • …Springs, Colorado to experience the Bridgestone Winter Driving School. The trip was a wonderful experience as we got to learn winter driving skills in their premier program, Fifth Gear, as well as gain additional experience driving on Bridgestone Blizzak winter / snow tires. Once we arrived…

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  • Winter Driving Tips from the Experts at Bridgestone

  • …attention to availability of grip and modify your driving to utilize what grip you have to maximize braking and modulate speed. Too much of either can spell disaster when the grip disappears. For more information on the Bridgestone Winter Driving School, read "Winter Driving Tips."

  • Wheel Offset

  • …of the wheel. Positive wheel offset occurs when the hub mounting surface is positioned toward the front of (or, wheel side) of the wheel. On the other hand, if the hub mounting surface is positioned toward the brake side of the wheel, then we call it negative wheel offset. Wheel offset directly…

  • What is Wheel Offset?

  • …of the wheel. * Positive - The hub mounting surface is toward the front or wheel side of the wheel. Positive offset wheels are generally found on front-wheel drive cars and newer rear-wheel drive models. * Negative - The hub mounting surface is toward the back or brake side of the wheels centerline.…

  • Does your steering wheel shake?

  • …shocks replaced, a front half shaft, front wheel bearing and THEN an alignment. I, of course, first thought the mechanic's work may be the culprit, because that has been the case before. But then I thought about it, she's got the new parts on her car and the vehicle did drive smoothly for about…

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