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To and from the ice and snow. Question selection of tires for winter driving is not so simple as appears at first glance. But that was hardly true come those winter rides on summer tires, following the approach of "how much of the winter." On this day in Russia have a wide range of tire foreign brands: Nokian, Goodyear, Fulda, Bridgestone, Continental, Michelin, Dunlop. Winter tires are much different from summer. They have a more open tread pattern, which increases traction in snow, ice and wet. Their softer rubber retains its own properties at low temperatures, has a great groove for the diversion of dirt, water and slush. For the tread, you can see how the tires behave in those or otherwise.

Symmetrical tread pattern with recessed grooves add stability on wet roads, "aquaplaning" decreases, slush and water efficiently, quickly suspended. Choosing tires first thing must take into account class cars. If the car is not new and goes with a little speed, then take the expensive rubber for emergency driving in winter in general should not be. A relatively "vsesezonki" and thorns, it all depends of course on your choice and how and where you go. It's one thing for the city, where snow is always clears, and the ice removed.

Another thing – trip out of town the snow-covered slopes, where snow machines are rare, and the wind can be very strong because the car must be kept to the road every inch of tread. Also, when you master fast car, the tread should hold it in turns. In such a case, yet it makes sense to think about studded tires. First of all, the dignity of the most visible of studded tire on ice. But on the pavement stopping distance, on the contrary, increases. There is a category of motorists who drive for a year on all-season tires. If you figure out what the true "vsesezonki" – it's winter tires with competitive "summer" properties. That is, they do not give the car boot in the snow in winter, it does not lose its properties at high temperatures. All Season tires first thing is popular in Europe, where winters are less cold and snow – is more the exception than the rule. She also used the drivers for whom the process of changing tires is uncomfortable or not materially profitable.