It is time to check your winter tires. Continue Reading….
Winter & Windshield Wipers
Wetness and dirty windshields will impair the driver’s view substantially. How can you drive safely if you can’t see? Your car’s windshield wiper must be fully functional under different and sometimes in extreme weather conditions.
Winter Driving & Winter Tires
Today’s European Import cars are equipped with specially designed, high performance summer or all season tires.
Those all season tires and summer tires reduce rolling resistance, and maximize fuel economy. The all season tires perform well in light winter, but they not enough to drive in our Canadian winter.
When temperatures fall below 7 Celsius, traction is reduced, therefore winter tires are recommended during Canadian winter condition for better traction and safety.
Much to often winter tires are portrayed as snow tires. The truth is, winter tires are not only designed to perform in snowy condition, but they are intended to provide optional performance in cold weather temperatures as well. Therefore even the absence of snow on the road surface, the winter tires will continue to provide you with performance and safety.
However winter tires are very effective in the winter season, under difficult environmental, (mud, snow ice) and at low temperature.
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Please consider it, winter tires are made, and engineered to stay soft to the touch in the cold and has deeper profiles for the snow and slush.
The regular tires get softer in the heat. When the tire is warmer it will give you more grip, more traction. If the temperature goes down to minus, your summer tire can’t heat up, your car will have less grip.
The all season tires are between the two. They will work better than the high speed summer radials and they definitely will give some traction in winter road conditions, but not enough to be safe in our winter.
Thoseall season tires weren’t designed for our Canadian winter.
May we say your life and your families life is worth more than a set of tires, don’t you think?
More Winter Driving Related Info
“Motorists are more likely to face car trouble in winter than any other time of year”.
The CAA reports that of the 21 million emergency road service calls they receive, most are in the late fall and winter. Of those calls, 40 percent involve vehicles that wouldn’t start, and 34 percent are for major mechanical failures requiring towing.
Our complete analysis assures that your car is running at maximum efficiency, and provides insight to potential problems.
At winter time every car owner should pay special attention to oils and oil changes, anti freeze, battery hoses and belts, wiper blades, tires and wheels, filters, etc.
You should make sure your car is 100% healthy. Bring your car in for a winter check! Continue Reading…
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