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  • You Really Do Need Four Snow Tires. Running Just Two Isn't a Good Idea.

  • …watch "Why Gamble With Winter Tire Selection When Four of a Kind Always Beats Two Pair?" The front-wheel drive car experiences oversteer as the front wheels turn, while the rear wheels want to keep going straight. On a rear-wheel drive car, with snow tires on the rear only, the results are…

  • Winter Tires on Ice

  • …All-Season and On-/Off-Road All-Terrain light truck tires. We've also confirmed the importance of matched tires on all four corners. Our tests have shown that a rear wheel drive vehicle equipped with all-season tires on the front and winter tires on the back will require slower cornering speeds and…

  • We Compare Bridgestone Tires on the Ice

  • Do all-season tires on a front-wheel drive vehicle perform the same as a set of performance winter tires? To find out, we compared a set of Bridgestone Turanza EL400-02 (Standard Touring All-Season) tires with the Bridgestone Blizzak WS70 (Studless Ice and Snow) tires on one of the American market's…

  • Why You Need Winter / Snow Tires

  • Why You Need Winter / Snow Tires

    …We have found in our testing that a winter tire can provide up to a 40% increase in available traction. Just imagine what your high tech traction usage aids can do with that! Still not convinced? Then read "Are Front-Wheel Drive and All-Season Tires Enough for Winter Driving?"




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