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  • Do I Need a Winter, Summer or All-Season Tire?

  • …differences in snow traction between M+S branded tires, all-season tires and winter / snow tires, read "How to Confirm a Winter Performer." From a practical standpoint, summer tires will perform best when temperatures are in the mid 40s (F) and warmer due to the fact that the tire's rubber…

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  • Tire Storage

  • With your winter tires properly installed on your vehicle, where have you been storing your summer tires? Spring will be here before we know it; what are you going to do with those winter tires? Storing tires in an airtight bag and away from direct sunlight are just a couple of simple steps that…

  • Winter Tires for General Cold Weather Performance

  • in the summer has the car severely understeering when it's cold. Someone pulls out in front of you on that cold morning and instead of stopping on a dime you are hoping the car stops before hitting them. So what do you do? You get a set of four winter / snow tires. They are going to work better in

  • Experience Summer

  • Summer tires are designed specifically for warm weather, and not intended for cold weather, i.e. snow and or ice driving. At Tire Rack, we offer many different brands of Summer Tires that deliver driving excellence in both dry and wet weather regarding handling, cornering, steering, and braking. And…

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