Winter Wonderland

Thinking about winter tires? Wondering what the difference is between a winter / snow tire and an all-season tire, and whether of not you will need them?The first thing to understand is that it is never really too soon to be thinking about winter weather.¬†While it may still be warm outside, fall is on its way, and with it the first shipment of winter tires...  Read More

Original Equipment tires Vs. Aftermarket tires

A good percentage of the customers that I talk to with newer cars always seem to be unhappy with the O.E. (Original Equipment) tires that came on the car. One of the most common tires that I see on performance-oriented sedans is the Michelin Pilot HX MXM4. This tire is designed as a Grand Touring All-Season tire that will provide a smooth comfortable...  Read More

Thank you, Continental, for the Audi tires on this TT.

To be specific, the Audi tires we speak of are Continental ContiProContact tires. And as an Ultra High Performance Summer tires, wet and dry traction will always belong to you, the driver. Search all Continental tires for sale to find a set that works on your Audi. And while you're at it, you might want to consider purchasing a set of wheels, perhaps the O.Z...  Read More

Continental Winter Tires

If it's below 45 degrees where you live, it might be time for you to switch to a set of Continental snow tires. While anti-lock brakes, traction control and four-wheel drive can help your tires reach their full performance potential, they don't actually increase traction. Just acceleration, braking and cornering capabilities based on the traction your tires...  Read More