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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…

  • A Simple Guide to UTQG

  • …treadwear, traction and temperature capabilities. Treadwear is a rating on how long the tire should last; the higher the number, the longer the life of the tire in theory. Traction is rated on a scale similar to grades in school (C, B, A), but instead of an A+, there's AA at the top. Temperature

  • How Tread Depth Affects Traction

  • …exception to this is how temperatures affect different tread compounds. Summer tires get too hard when temperatures drop below 40 degrees Fahrenheit. This means that in the winter, even when there is no snow or ice on the roads, summer tires do not provide strong enough traction regardless of tread…

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  • Continental ExtremeWinterContact for Serious Snow Traction

  • …that remains flexible in freezing temperatures to enhance snow and ice traction, the ExtremeWinterContact provides great traction and control. The compound is molded into an asymmetric tread pattern that blends dry road handling with foul-weather traction. A stiffer tread pattern improves dry…

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  • As Temperatures Fluctuate, So Does Your Tire's Air Pressure

  • During winter months the temperature can be 40 degrees Fahrenheit one day and below zero just a few days latter. A change of 10 degrees Fahrenheit in air temperature will change your tire's inflation by about one psi (up with higher temperatures and down with lower). You might think that your tires…

  • Hoosier R7 205/45-16 LL Tire

  • …of grip in hot, dry conditions are desirable. Radial R7 tires are designed to reward drivers with fast, consistent lap times and extended wear due to their traction and handling.NOTE: Radial A7 tires are also used for road racing on lightweight cars or when competing in cool ambient temperatures ...

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  • Pirelli Kicks It Up a Notch

  • …all-season traction, low noise and superb wet and dry handling. It was developed for drivers who face America's various weather conditions, including light snow. The P Zero Nero All Season features a tread compound that is silica-enhanced to provide traction in a wide range of temperature extremes…

  • Yokohama ADVAN Sport 295/35-21 XL Tire

  • …to combine a high degree of comfort, high-speed durability, and a high level of traction in dry and wet conditions. Like all summer tires, the ADVAN Sport is not intended to be driven in near-freezing temperatures, through snow or on ice.The ADVAN Sport features a silica blend tread compound…

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  • 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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