Do you know what causes tire dry rot? Here’s what you need to know to ensure your tires are always ready for the road.
Winter has arrived and with it comes its fair share of hazardous driving. Because of this, you may find that you’re becoming a white-knuckled driver or at least someone who starts gripping the steering wheel a bit tighter. But fear not, you neither must live in fear nor become a hermit until spring arrives…
Studded snow tires are often presented as the ultimate winter driving accessory, but they’re only necessary for certain drivers.
Spring is here, so it’s time to figure out how to store winter tires. Learn how to prep them for storage until winter returns.
Summer and some all-season tires aren’t flexible enough for winter traction. Using snow tires can restore vital traction even when the roads are slippery.
Asking yourself “Are snow tires worth it?” Our answer might surprise you.
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Summer tires offer maximum grip and increased performance on the track. There are also a few drawbacks to driving on them all the time, though.
Ever wonder if reaching 300,000 miles is possible? It is — with these high-mileage vehicle maintenance tips.
Here’s a look at how to install tire chains the right way when winter road conditions demand extra grip.