It’s going to snow in Nebraska.
Your life won’t stop, though, so you’ll be out driving in snow, slush, and maybe even ice. One way to make life safer is to invest in a set of snow tires.
Does it really matter?
Most cars have what are called “all-season” tires. That term, and that type of tire, are less than 40 years old. Prior to the late 1970s, drivers in snowy climates swapped out their tires twice a year. What makes a snow tire (also called a winter tire) special are the digging tread and softer rubber, which make them cling to the ice better than all-season tires. When the tires stick to the surface better, you can stop safely and get around easily.
A set of snow tires is likely a safe investment for anyone in the “snow belt” with a few pointers to remember:
Remember, when you invest in snow tires, you’re splitting the wear and tear over two sets of tires, along with driving safely in the winter.
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