When choosing tires, it is important to consider what kind of driving and what kind of conditions you will be encountering. It is also important to choose an appropriate tire for winter conditions if you live in an area with severe winters. There are two options to consider if you are looking for one set… Continue reading How to know which tires to choose
Hydroplaning happens when a layer of water or slush builds up between the tires and the road surface. This is very dangerous, as it creates a loss of traction and can lead to a loss of control of the vehicle. Hydroplaning can be a danger in every season, as even in the winter months there… Continue reading The risk of hydroplaning throughout the year
Drivers of electric and hybrid vehicles are looking for an enjoyable and environmentally responsible driving experience. When choosing tires for a hybrid or electric car, it’s important to keep in mind the difference between these cars and traditional cars. Electric and hybrid cars have battery packs that make them heavier than traditional cars that run… Continue reading Environmentally responsible driving
New innovations in all-season tires allow for excellent driving performance even in the summer. It used to be the case that you needed dedicated summer tires to get excellent dry and wet traction on baking hot, slightly damp or wet roads. This is because summer tires are made of a tread compound (the mix of… Continue reading New innovations in all-season tires
All-season tires can be a great advantage when you do not want to change tires and you live in an area without severe winter conditions. This tires are not rated for use in severe winter conditions and do not hold the Three-peak Mountain Snowflake emblem to signify their use in these conditions. This tire is… Continue reading When to consider all-season tires
When in the market for SUV all-weather tires for a hybrid or electric SUV there are certain things to consider, like the type of winters in the area where you reside. There are also certain differences unique to hybrid and electric SUVs. The main difference is the weight of the vehicle, which is typically heavier… Continue reading All-weather tires for hybrid or electric SUVs
You should avoid driving with winter tires or all-weather tires if you don’t have any winter conditions, as all-season tires are the best choice of tires for these conditions. All-season tires can handle both dry and wet circumstances. SUV tires are the same as other tires. Don’t drive with SUV all-season tires in winter conditions.… Continue reading Best tires if you only want one set of tires
The benefit with all-weather tires compared to dedicated winter tires is of course the option to keep one set of tires year round. Since the Fosters live in an area with occasional snow in the winter, they wanted to equip their SUV with special SUV all-weather tires since they had read that all-season tires are… Continue reading When to choose all-weather tires for an SUV
After having invested in a hybrid car, a driver wanted to make sure to have the eco-friendliest tires. Living in Pasadena, California, she didn’t really feel the need to have dedicated seasonal tires. This meant she could invest in all-season tires. It was important however to get a tire that was eco-friendly, so having this… Continue reading What are the benefits of all-season tires for your hybrid or electrical car?
It is not always necessary to get dedicated winter tires if you live in an area that has mild winters all-weather tires might suffice. In places like Eugene, Oregon,winters consist mostly of rain and if it snows it only stays on the ground for a few days. Many drivers get all-weather tires so not to… Continue reading When can you get all-weather tires instead of winter tires?