Thread: Winter Tyres?
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Old 02-21-2013, 07:59 AM   #8
karlbutler
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Wearing down of your traction starts way before winter. Normally traction loss begins at about 40 Fahrenheit and anything lower than that can reduce grip quickly. Edmonds added, “At 32 Fahrenheit,in summer days it is found on many high-performance vehicles are so stiff they offer no traction at all.” Winter spares are designed to provide maximum traction in snow, ice, slush and sleet. They have deeper treads and utilize silicone-rubber compound that keeps them pliant and flexible on winter roads. Having outstanding flexibility is necessary when it comes to maneuvering bad weather and tough roads. Having a good one proves to be an invaluable expense to include in your yearly budget. But, instant cash could be promising if you really need a tire replacement or get it fixed.

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