You'll notice that in some cities where long winters are status quo, experienced drivers are not shy about heading out on snowy or icy roads. On the other hand, warmer cities that experience occasional inclement weather tend to nearly shut down at the first sight of snow and ice on the streets. Consider your personal driving conditions before selecting your winter tires.

For example, if you tend to drive on ice and snow a great deal during the winter, you may want to invest in studded winter tires that have metal embedded into rubber to provide extra traction. You can also look at the latest developments in winter tires, which include studless options. These provide compounded rubber that provides the flexibility you need in extreme cold as well as deep treads and tiny slits for better gripping power.

We're ready to help you swap out your tires at Honda of Frontenac today.



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