With recent snow falls still making news, many of us our reminded that we still have many weeks (and months in some areas) of winter driving left this season. To see if February is still a good time to purchase winter tires, take a look at "Is it Too Late to Buy Winter / Snow Tires?"
The Bridgestone Blizzak WS80, and Michelin X-Ice Xi3 and Bridgestone Blizzak DM-V1 tires are outstanding, cutting-edge designs that offer the best ice and snow traction on the market today. For those looking for a more value-oriented option on a tight budget, consider the General AltiMAX Arctic. This Studdable Winter / Snow tire has a tread pattern that is aggressive enough that it actually works pretty well, even without studs. Check out how the General AlitMAX Arctic compares, both studded and not studded, in our test "Winter Testing at the Arctic Circle: Studdable Winter / Snow."
General AltiMAX Arctic tires meet the industry's severe snow requirements and are branded with the mountain/snowflake symbol. If you decide to maximize this tire's traction by having them studded, it's important to note that there are special break-in procedures for studded tires.
General produces the AltiMAX Arctic in a large variety of sizes to fit coupes, sedans, minivans, passenger-oriented light-duty pickup trucks, SUVs and crossover vehicles. Odds are that this great winter tire is available in a size to fit your application. Shop by vehicle to check pricing and availability!