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All weather and winter tires: What's the difference?
- Aug 01, 2018 -

◆ The key to good grip is friction, but this can be a tricky problem because the friction depends on the ambient temperature. 


◆ Winter tyres are designed to ensure that driving under low temperatures is still soft and smooth, so they can be adapted to all the tiny pits on icy pavements, resulting in better grip. 


◆ All-weather tyres are designed to enhance the adhesion of wetlands and snow conditions, and their fine furrows also help to provide occlusal surfaces, lock the tread and ground, and improve the grip of the wet land of the tires.