Winter Weather Driving

Posted by Matt Simon on Jan 31, 2010

As the temperatures continue to drop, it is time to consider changing your tires. If you don't have snow tires, you may want to consider them this year. As the temperature falls the traction on all season tires begins to reduce. All season tires work best most of the year in Ohio, but once the temperature starts falling as it has been the past few weeks, all weather tires begin to loose grip even on dry cold roads. Your best protection for the winter is to invest in a set of snow tires for your vehicle.  Snow tires will improve the distance needed for breaking in cold, winter road conditions.   

If you're considering purchasing snow tires but don't know where to go, give us a call.  We can give you a few ideas on snow tires as well as where to take your vehicle to have them installed.

We want you to be safe this winter and we hope this tip helps keep you and your family from experiencing an accident.

 

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