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The Truth About All-Season Tires In Winter

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Subscribe! https://goo.gl/5JdIrC Shifting Lanes got invited to the University of Notre Dame to do the TireRack.com and Michelin Winter Driving Experience. In the safe ice rinks of the Compton Family Ice Arena, we got our hands on a set of Kia Sportage and Cadenzas equipped with the new X Ice XI 3 Winter Tires and the Primacy MXM4 All Season Tires, to show that all season tires might not be good enough, even though you have all-wheel drive. For more information, head on over to: www.tirerack.com/winterdrive For business inquiries email us: [email protected] Follow us on social media: http://facebook.com/ShiftingLanes http://twitter.com/ShiftingLanes http://instagram.com/Shiftinglanes
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glavve (1 year ago)
No comparison between studded winter tires and friction winter tires? // From northern Sweden.
Philip Allen (23 days ago)
+zacandsarah.com leagle in maine
ElusiveStupidity (1 year ago)
Studded are, of course, much better on ice. Compacted and loose snow, probably no difference or a bit better. On snow sludge and tarmac, they probably suck. Dense urban areas usually get quite good snow removal service and the roads are treated against ice regularly, therefore studded tires are nonsense.
zacandsarah.com (1 year ago)
Glavve - Studded winner tyres are illegal in most of America. Oregon allows them I think, but not sure where else.
Tomas Valainis (1 year ago)
glavve I live quite close (in Lithuania) would you agree that studded is nonsense for dense urban areas?

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