Now that the snow is beginning to fly and winter is settling in, it's time to get your car or truck ready for winter driving.
The first thing you should check is your tires. Even with all of the performance capabilities built into today's vehicles, your vehicle will only perform as steadily and responsively as its tires allow. And in extreme winter weather, that can mean the difference between focused braking power and out-of-control handling.
Colder weather brings on a whole new set of driving challenges – slush, ice and hard-packed snow – and once the temperature drops below 45-degrees Fahrenheit, so does an all-season tire's ability to grip the road.
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