Engineered Tires

Posted on: 19 September 2017

If you are getting into your vehicle and driving everyday, your vehicle needs to be in very good condition. For most people the most dangerous thing they do each day is drive, and that can be seen by the statistics of accident related deaths in the United States. Every year approximately 1.3 million people are killed in car accidents. There are an approximate 30 million more that are injured, and a about 518 billion dollars in property damage. So, it is important that your vehicle is in good shape. One of the most important aspects of your car's safety are the tires that you choose to drive on. A specific tire can be a huge help in controlling your vehicle. Here are a few different tires that you need to know about. 

Winter Tires

The conditions that are perhaps the hardest to drive in are snowy and icy conditions. It is a sickening feeling to lose control of the vehicle in these types of conditions. To give you the most traction possible winter tires are built from very soft rubber that can flex so there is maximum contact with the ice. However, this contact would mean nothing if the tire was not infused with micro crystals. These crystals allow the rubber to grip the ice. So, with winter tires you will have maximum traction on the ice.

Summer Tires

For the most part you will be spending your days driving in good conditions. So, you need to have a tire that will last a very long time in these conditions. A summer tire is generally constructed with very hard rubber so they last a very long time. However, this hard rubber will also have a layer that becomes a bit sticky when it is heated up from the sun or from friction during driving. When the layer becomes sticky it adds another layer of traction for your car. 

Tires For Seasons

A lot of people want to have one set of tires that can do it all, and the truth is that this is very hard to do. If you want a tire that does it all, you may find a tire that is just ok at everything but not great at anything. The best thing that you can do is to have a set of winter tires and a set of really good summer tires so no matter the road conditions you can have the traction you need. 


Finding Better Tires

When was the last time you focused on the health of your tires and wheels? It isn't always easy to know where to start, which is why I began focusing carefully on my vehicle a few months ago. I realized that my tires were a little aged, so I took my vehicle into a mechanic to see how they could help. They were really kind, understanding, and focused on my problem, and before I knew it I was driving away with a healthier car. This website is all about finding better tires without compromising your daily schedule, budget, and sanity.


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