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Winter's arrival brings unfavorable driving conditions. For superior handling in snow, you need winter tires designed for the job. At Ted's Tire Discounter, we have a large selection of snow tires for sale. Shop favorite brands and competitive tire prices at our tire store serving Guelph, ON, Kitchener, ON, Cambridge, ON, and surrounding areas.
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Snow tires have a special rubber compound specifically designed to stay pliable in winter temperatures. Because of this compound, winter tires offer greater traction compared to all-season tires.
Winter tire tread consists of sipes, small cuts that flex and bite at snow-covered roads. Sipes help disperse snow, provide better acceleration, and reduce braking distance.
When the temperature drops to near freezing, all-season tires lose traction, while the rubber tread on winter tires remains pliable and maintains its grip. This is why winter tires are necessary when winter weather hits.
When choosing a set of winter tires, look for the snowflake logo. This logo, created by the Rubber Manufacturer’s Association, guarantees that the tires have met traction requirements and are recommended specifically for use in snow.
No single tire performs well year-round. For this reason, snow tires are worth the investment during winter. Enjoy peace of mind and greater handling in snow.
When you’re ready for your set of snow tires, come to Ted's Tire Discounter.
Driving in the winter can present us with many challenges. Many of the risks that come with winter driving can be mitigated by knowing your vehicle and the science behind winter tires. Please read any of the following articles if you have questions during this winter season.
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Winter Tire Tip #1 – It is Dangerous to Have Only 2 Winter Tires
Winter Tire Tip #2 – Winter Tires Begin To Work Under 7*C
Winter Tire Tip #3 – Be Sure You Can Stop In Time This Winter
Winter Tire Tip #4 – Use Nitrogen to Maintain Winter Tire Pressure
Winter Tire Tip #5 – Getting the Most Out of Your Winter Tires
Winter Tire Tip #6 – Narrower Winter Tires Are More Effective On Snow and Ice
Tire Tip #7 – Mixing Winter Tires Could Be Dangerous
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