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  • When it's raining…a quarter will get you home, a penny might not.

  • …dampened to simulate moderate rain conditions. After repeated stops from 70 mph were conducted with both vehicles on all three sets of tires, average stopping distances were calculated.The test showed that for both vehicles, braking distances from 70 mph to a standstill were nearly doubled with the…

  • Introducing the BFGoodrich g-Force COMP-2 A/S

  • …too much and overheating. According to BFGoodrich, the g-Force COMP-2 A/S boasts a very competitive 15' shorter stopping distances in wet and 5' shorter stopping distances in dry as compared to the competitor's tire. All of these things combine to make the COMP-2 A/S the best Ultra High…

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  • First Test of BFGoodrich's New g-Force Sport COMP-2

  • …Across several different tests (dry autocross, wet autocross and dry stopping distance), the new BFGoodrich was pitted against Kumho's Ecsta SPT KU31, Hankook's Ventus V12 evo K110 and the Yokohama S.drive with very good results. In the wet, the COMP-2 proved to be better for front-end…

  • New Yokohama ADVAN Sport V105 Tested

  • …Best overall track rating for wet track performance, including top marks in steering response, braking modulation and handling predictability. * Second place in overall dry track rating, behind only the Michelin Pilot Super Sport. * Best stopping distance in our wet braking test. Our test conclusion…

  • Autocross Tire Test Results

  • …quite keep up with the newest competitors. The Bridgestone lapped fastest both in the wet and dry, though the BFGoodrich posted slightly shorter stopping distances, while Kumho's offering had just a hair more wet cornering grip. For a complete recap of our test, take a look at "Testing the…

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  • When Should I Replace My Winter / Snow Tires?

  • …their tires when they reach 4/32" of remaining tread depth. Our tests have shown that shallow treads both reduce wet braking traction and increase stopping distances. Driving on snow and ice-covered roads is another story. Consider replacing tires when they reach approximately 6/32"…


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