The winter season is upon us, which means cold temperatures, snow, and ice will cause adverse driving conditions. Which tire you equip your vehicle with can have a positive or negative effect on your winter driving ability. This article will talk about the differences between winter and summer tires, more typically called summer tires.
Let’s look at the most obvious difference, tread pattern. The tread pattern on winter tires are designed to assist in slush, ice, and snow. The ability to channel snow and slush will assist in keeping rubber contact with the road. This contact will ultimately lead to a more stable control of your automobile, whether it’s a front wheel drive car, minivan or 4×4 SUV.
Every once in awhile we will see some awesome coupons coming from tire manufacturers that make it a no-brainer to finally bite the bullet and replace those bald rubbers on all 4 corners. Tire Rack is usually the number 1 place I purchase my tires online, their prices are fair, service is excellent, and shipping times are phenomenal. Usually, tires can be shipped via UPS, so no need to have a business address or a place to unload a truck line.
Yesterday I received a notice from Tire Rack announcing 3 new promotions covering 3 different brands of tires. I’ve got tire rebates for the following tire brands, Kumho, BF Goodrich, and Yokohama. Please view the banners below to qualify for the rebates and save on tires. Now is the time to find the deals before winter gets here and you are left spinning out.
The rebates for each tire brand is just added bones to your wallet, considering they already have some of the best prices online for tires. $60 tire coupon for BF Goodrich, $50 tire coupon for Kumho, and $40 tire coupon for Yokohama.
The wintery season is not behind us and the slippery stuff makes us take a closer look at our tires. Tire Rack is willing to help you out by offering a $75 gift card for buying a set of Continental Tires.
Continental is a great company that manufacturers quality tires for almost every time of vehicle. Their current tire offerings cover car, truck, suv, and commercial tires with a variety of differnet rubber compounds and styles. Furthermore, as a company Continental is moving forward in these uncertain times, by completing a new acquisition as frequent as January 09.
On January 8, 2009 Continental completed their acquisition of Schaeffler KG. The Schaeffler company manufacturers ball bearing components and has focused it’s attention on commercial and heavy duty applications. The Continental take over will most likely translate into Continental developing more products and technology focused on the service sector. Point being, Continental Tires are not going away anytime soon and you can buy their tires knowing it’s not a company that will be going the way of the DoDo anytime soon.
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