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  • Snow Chains or Snow Tires: Which Do You Need?

  • …of chains on many cars. Tire chains are generally antiquated for most conditions, however, there are still some useful applications such as mountain driving. For example, tire chain requirements in California depend on the severity of the snowstorm and are as follows:* Requirement one: Snow tires or…

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  • Can I Use Studded Tires in My Area?

  • tires are allowed, unless otherwise specified. United States: * Alabama- Not Permitted * Alaska- North of 60°N 9/16-4/30, South of 60°N 10/1-4/14 (permit fee) * Arizona- 10/1-5/1 * Arkansas- 11/15-4/15 * California- 11/1-4/30 * Colorado- Permitted unless using chains, M+S & A/S tires

  • The Evolution of the Extreme Performance Species

  • …Species (07:16) Category: Tires Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Email Page to a Friend Nowhere is evolution more apparent than at the top of the street tire food chain - Extreme Performance Summer. This category has evolved from a few niche tires to a full array delivering…

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  • Temporary Traction Aid

  • …stop and turn as well as accelerate in slippery conditions, Tire Rack recommends that AutoSock be installed in sets of four. AutoSock is sold in pairs to accommodate vehicles with staggered wheel and tire fitments. Unlike snow chains, AutoSock does not produce loud rattling nor a bumpy ride.…


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