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Did you know that below 7˚C, the rubber molecules in your summer-spec tyre treads progressively harden and freeze? This means the tyre is less able to adapt to the contour of the road surface, which in turn reduces grip levels, to such an extent that when braking on a wet – not icy – road from 50mph, summer tyres will need 40 meters to stop, when winter tyres will stop in 34 meters.

 

 

Winter tyres aren’t just for snow, they can be used on slush, ice, frost and even wet roads.
Also there’s no real reason you can’t use winter tyres all year round in the UK. There is some trade off in dry braking in really hot conditions, but this balanced with better braking in the wet and cold.  Likewise the softer compound might wear more quickly in the summer, but this is balanced with better wear rates in the winter. 


So why aren’t winter tyres more widely used in the UK?  According to Continental, they account for just 0.5% of UK sales.  Mostly it’s down to the fact that we just don’t have the culture or infrastructure here to encourage people to switch between summer and winter tyres. And in our opinion it’s about time that changed.


If for no other reason than it means you can continue to enjoy the benefits of front wheel drive even when the roads get a bit snowy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Did you know that below 7˚C, the rubber molecules in your summer-spec tyre treads progressively harden and freeze? This means the tyre is less able to adapt to the contour of the road surface, which in turn reduces grip levels, to such an extent that when braking on a wet – not icy – road from 50mph, summer tyres will need 40 meters to stop, when winter tyres will stop in 34 meters.

 

 

Winter tyres aren’t just for snow, they can be used on slush, ice, frost and even wet roads.
Also there’s no real reason you can’t use winter tyres all year round in the UK. There is some trade off in dry braking in really hot conditions, but this balanced with better braking in the wet and cold.  Likewise the softer compound might wear more quickly in the summer, but this is balanced with better wear rates in the winter. 


So why aren’t winter tyres more widely used in the UK?  According to Continental, they account for just 0.5% of UK sales.  Mostly it’s down to the fact that we just don’t have the culture or infrastructure here to encourage people to switch between summer and winter tyres. And in our opinion it’s about time that changed.


If for no other reason than it means you can continue to enjoy the benefits of front wheel drive even when the roads get a bit snowy.

 

 

Did you know that below 7˚C, the rubber molecules in your summer-spec tyre treads progressively harden and freeze? This means the tyre is less able to adapt to the contour of the road surface, which in turn reduces grip levels, to such an extent that when braking on a wet – not icy – road from 50mph, summer tyres will need 40 meters to stop, when winter tyres will stop in 34 meters.
 
 
Winter tyres aren’t just for snow, they can be used on slush, ice, frost and even wet roads.
Also there’s no real reason you can’t use winter tyres all year round in the UK. There is some trade off in dry braking in really hot conditions, but this balanced with better braking in the wet and cold.  Likewise the softer compound might wear more quickly in the summer, but this is balanced with better wear rates in the winter. 


So why aren’t winter tyres more widely used in the UK?  According to Continental, they account for just 0.5% of UK sales.  Mostly it’s down to the fact that we just don’t have the culture or infrastructure here to encourage people to switch between summer and winter tyres. And in our opinion it’s about time that changed.


If for no other reason than it means you can continue to enjoy the benefits of front wheel drive even when the roads get a bit snowy.

 

Did you know that below 7˚C, the rubber molecules in your summer-spec tyre treads progressively harden and freeze? This means the tyre is less able to adapt to the contour of the road surface, which in turn reduces grip levels, to such an extent that when braking on a wet – not icy – road from 50mph, summer tyres will need 40 meters to stop, when winter tyres will stop in 34 meters.

 

 

Winter tyres aren’t just for snow, they can be used on slush, ice, frost and even wet roads.
Also there’s no real reason you can’t use winter tyres all year round in the UK. There is some trade off in dry braking in really hot conditions, but this balanced with better braking in the wet and cold.  Likewise the softer compound might wear more quickly in the summer, but this is balanced with better wear rates in the winter. 


So why aren’t winter tyres more widely used in the UK?  According to Continental, they account for just 0.5% of UK sales.  Mostly it’s down to the fact that we just don’t have the culture or infrastructure here to encourage people to switch between summer and winter tyres. And in our opinion it’s about time that changed.


If for no other reason than it means you can continue to enjoy the benefits of front wheel drive even when the roads get a bit snowy.

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