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For most of the people the time to change their

by:Tanco Tire,Timax Tyre     2020-11-05

All-season tires

All-season tires (in Danish they are called helrsdk tilbud ) are not good for all seasons. They usually come installed on your car when you first buy it and it is recommended that you should change them as soon as possible. All-season tires are good for spring and autumn and when you drive in normal weather conditions.

Summer tires

Summer tires are the type of tires that you should use during hot summer. They are made of special compound and are especially designed for dry roads. Summer tires have better friction with the road and will also improve the performance of your car during the hot season. It is good to know that summer tires have their name for a reason and when the summer comes you should buy a set of 4 summer tires since they will last long and will provide you with better driving experience. More info on summer tires is available here .

Winter tires

Winter tires are also known as snow tires and they are perfect and recommended for the winter season. For heavy snow weather conditions or when you drive on ice you should have winter tires installed on your car. If you live in a place where winter comes hard and you have to drive in deep snow winter tires are perfect for you. Not only they will improve the handling and traction of your car but they will also improve your car safety and prevent it from spinning. Winter tires are a necessity for heavy snow and ice conditions since the winter tires pack more snow and expel it when rotating.

So, the conclusion is that you should change your tires regularly and don't save your money when it comes to tires because the right tires provide safety for you. Also for maximum safety in your car you should never buy 1 or 2 tires and mix different types. Always buy a full set of 4 tires and that will not only improve your car performance but also make your ride safer.

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