You don’t have to live at the North Pole to benefit from winter tires. If you frequently encounter snow or ice, or if the temperature is consistently below 45 degrees, well, you may want to think about moving. However, if you like that kind of weather, your tires are going to need the extra grip and turning capabilities that only winter tires can deliver. Even if you have 4-wheel drive or all-wheel drive, you still need winter tires on the front and back to combat the elements and stay safe.
Enjoy the following Winter Driving Trips. And if you want a comprehensive look at winter driving, along with tests, videos and techniques visit our Winter Driving Academy.
Driving safely in winter conditions requires knowledge, skill and four winter tires with proper tread.