Picking the correct set of tires can be a daunting task but, in this article, we’ll break down that process to make it a little bit easier.
Days are getting shorter, nights are getting longer, and accidents are becoming more prevalent during the winter months. According to ICBC statistics, there are on average 26,000 crashes during the month of December alone. The longer nights, the more frequent rainy days and the odd snow days are all contributing factors to this statistic.
Winter tires come in many shapes and sizes; how do you pick the right one? We’ve listed a few tips to make your decision a little easier.
One of the most commonly asked questions during this time of the year is whether or not you can keep using your all-season tires for the winter season. It is important to familiarize yourself with the difference between each and how using the right tire for the right season makes a big difference in the safety of your vehicle.
Have you made the switch yet to seasonal rubber? If not, read this first.
Even without snow, there are many good reasons to install winter rubber during the colder months.