Many consider purchasing only two winter tires for their vehicles. Unless you are matching these winter tires to two other identical tires, mixing tires can become a dangerous combination. Watch the video.
Winter tire compounds change every year and have dramatic differences from both all-season tires and other winter tires. Winter rubber compounds, tread designs and tread depths change, too.
A popular winter tire is the Michelin X-Ice Xi2 (shown here). These tires have unprecedented traction control in light and deep snow and will provide reasonable ride comfort, increased biting edges and updated compounds to help conquer all winter conditions.
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