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  • Four Common Winter / Snow Tire Myths and Facts

  • …in normal winter driving conditions will not prematurely wear out winter tires. Rather, it's warm temperature driving that will cause them to wear out much more quickly. These tires are designed for temperatures below 50 degrees Fahrenheit and work best at lower temperatures. Prolonged warm…

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  • Best Winter / Snow Tires for 2013

  • …the water that often forms between the tire's contact patch and the surface of snow-packed and icy roads. If you prefer a Studdable Winter / Snow tire, the General AltiMAX Arctic is a great option to consider. AltiMAX Arctic tires use General Tire's All-Weather Dual Tread compound to enhance…

  • Winter / Snow Tire Break-In

  • …that winter / snow tires do have different levels of dry grip, road feel and handling compared to summer and all-season tires. This is because winter tires have more tread depth and more aggressive open tread patterns, as well as rubber compounds that remain soft in winter's freezing temperatures.

  • How Do Winter / Snow Tires Work?

  • …snow and ice. Bite particles are also a feature in many tires and on a very small scale, bite particles act like little tiny studs and offer more biting edges for snow grip. If you're looking for more information on identifying winter / snow tires, read "How to Confirm a Winter Performer."

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