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\nPeople that have ever driven on snow and ice packed snowy roads can agree that it is not wise to drive on such roads with summer tires. You need to mount dedicated winter tires on your vehicle to be able to drive on these roads safely and comfortably. While all-season tires can do a great job on the road during fall, spring and summer, they can perform less well when you drive them on snowy roads. They do not have features for handling the hazards of snow, ice, and cold. \n

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tips for identifying a non studded tire

TIPS FOR IDENTIFYING A

NON-STUDDED TIRE

tips for identifying a non

TIPS FOR IDENTIFYING A NON-

STUDDED TIRE

People that have ever driven on snow and ice packed snowy roads

can agree that it is not wise to drive on such roads with summer tires.

You need to mount dedicated winter tires on your vehicle to be able

to drive on these roads safely and comfortably. While all-season tires

can do a great job on the road during fall, spring and summer, they

can perform less well when you drive them on snowy roads. They do

not have features for handling the hazards of snow, ice, and cold.

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TIPS FOR IDENTIFYING A NON-

STUDDED TIRE

When you go shopping for the right winter tires for your vehicle, you

will have two options to choose from – that is studded winter tires and

non-studded winter tires. The latter is allowed in most countries. They

are designed to maintain flexibility even when temperatures get

extremely cold outside. This is made possible by the advanced rubber

compounds that are used to make these tires.

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TIPS FOR IDENTIFYING A NON-

STUDDED TIRE

• If you have never bought non-studded winter tires in the past, it can

be a bit hard to differentiate them from the studded tires. But if you

know how they look like, identifying them does not have to be that

hard. One thing that you will notice about the non-studded tires is that

their treads play a great role of ensuring that the tires are able to

manage snow, ice and slush dispersion that comes from under the tire

when you are driving very well.

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TIPS FOR IDENTIFYING A NON-

STUDDED TIRE

Another thing that you will notice when you look at a non-studded tire

is the tiny slits in its tread pattern. These slits are called sipes and act as

biting edges on ice. They help with braking, acceleration and

deceleration. You can still be able to drive your vehicle comfortably

on wintry roads without worrying about knocking other vehicles or

even passengers because of these slits. When you apply brakes, your

vehicle will not slide on the snow and ice and put you at the danger

of getting involved in an accident.

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TIPS FOR IDENTIFYING A NON-

STUDDED TIRE

• For more tips on how to identify a non-studded tire,

check out https://nokiantires.com/ today.

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TIPS FOR IDENTIFYING A

NON-STUDDED TIRE