Last year, you swore you’d learn how to change a flat tire, fill your tires with air, and check the oil regularly.
This year, give yourself another set of New Year’s Resolutions so you can stay safe and help keep your car young.
Here are 5 New Year's Resolutions for Drivers;
I will have my winter tires installed long before the first snowfall
Why put on your winter tires before the snow? Because it’s not just about the snow. It’s about the temperature. Summer and all-season tires have a different rubber compound that’s designed to stay flexible at temperatures above 7 C. They’re as hard and unable to grip ice as a hockey puck when the thermometer dips below 7 C.
All-weather and winter tires, however, are designed to stay soft at temperatures below 7 C, and they have an aggressive tread pattern as well as siping to bite ice and push away slush.
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