Why You Should Drive With Winter Tires When the Snow Starts to Fall

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Benefits of Driving With Winter Tires

Winter is almost here and if you’re not ready for it yet, now is the time to get ready before the snow starts to fall. The best way to prepare your vehicle for winter driving to help ensure you drive more safely on the road is to have winter tires installed on your vehicle. Does your vehicle need winter tires? Is there a difference between winter tires, all-season tires and summer tires? All these questions are answered below, and if you need more help, you may contact an automotive service professional at Bannister Honda.

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Top 3 Benefits of Winter Tires

  1. Superior Traction Control. With winter tires on your vehicle, you’ll get increased traction control when driving on slick road surfaces such as ice and snow. With their specific design, a winter tire offers a unique tread pattern and tread depth that helps maintain a grip on the road, even when driving on ice and snow.
  2. Durability Designed for Winter. Winter tires are made from a special rubber material that can withstand the colder temperatures of winter while also giving your vehicle an improved grip on a cold road.
  3. Improved Steering, Braking and Acceleration. A winter tire is specifically designed for driving on snow and ice. With its design, you’ll see improved steering performance, braking and acceleration when driving on winter roads.

To learn more about how you can get winter tires installed onto your Honda, please visit our service department in person or contact an automotive specialist at Bannister Honda, today, by calling our service department. We can help you find the perfect set of winter tires for your vehicle so you can drive more safely and with more confidence this winter.

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