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  • Ice Traction Comparisons Between All-Season and Winter Tires

  • Did you know a set of dedicated winter tires provide better traction on snow-covered roads, hard packed snow and ice compared to all-season tires? Icy roads are very slick indeed, but there is still some useful traction to be found with the proper tires. Top tires in the Studless Ice & Snow…

  • Hankook Ventus V12 evo2 225/45-17 XL Tire

  • …personality and style.Designed to deliver impressive traction and handling, Ventus V12 evo2tires offer comfort and control in warm dry and wet road conditions.However, like all summer tires, they are not intended to be driven innear-freezing temperatures, through snow or on ice.The Ventus V12evo2…

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    $110.64
  • Related Products: V12 | Ventus V12 | 225 45 17 Summer Tires
  • Avon Turbospeed CR228-D 255/55-17 Tire

  • …to the drivers ofBentley performance sedans by providing plentiful traction, precise handling and positive steering response in dry and wet road conditions. The Turbospeed CR228-D is not intended to be driven in near freezing temperatures, through snow or on ice.On the outside, the Turbospeed ...

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    $565.64
  • Bridgestone Dueler H/P Sport 235/45-20 XL Tire

  • …and performance pickups. The Dueler H/P Sport is designed to deliver predictable handling, traction and control on dry and wet roads. The Dueler H/P Sport is not intended tobe driven in near-freezing temperatures, through snow or on ice.Dueler H/P Sport radials feature a high performance light ...

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    $229.37
  • Related Products: Dueler Hp Sport | 235 45-20
  • The Effect Time and Temperature Have on Your Tire's Air Pressure

  • temperatures and down with lower). This means that a properly inflated tire at 85 degrees could lose approximately 5 psi if the temperature were to drop to freezing (32 degrees). To gain a better understanding of how temperature affects your tire's air pressure, read "Air Pressure, Temperature


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