The tire technicians at any of Madison Auto Care's seven NAPA car care centers will help you choose the best tires for you and your car or truck.
Here we are at the end of another summer with rain, storms and lowering temperatures. It’s time to make sure your car made it through the blistering heat and is ready for the hardships of a cold winter.
One of the big decisions involves your tires. Do you need new tires? Do you need to switch from summer to winter tires? Or can things remain pretty much the same?
The answers to those questions and others will help you decide what to do.
The NHTSA says: “This will vary by where you live and the typical weather you drive in.
“All-season tires can handle a variety of road conditions. They have some mud and snow capabilities.
“Winter tires are more effective than all-season tires in deep snow.
“Summer tires are warm-weather tires that are not designed to operate in temperatures below freezing, or on snow and ice.
“All-terrain tires are mainly used on four-wheel drive vehicles. They provide a good compromise between on-road driving and off-road capability.”
The choice can seem overwhelming. That’s why you should consult the tire wise techs at any of Madison Auto Care's seven NAPA car care centers will help you choose - CLAUSEN AUTO, HANDEL AUTO, GENIN’S AUTO, CAPITOL TIRE, ODANA TIRE, HANSEN’S AUTO, OR AESCHBACH AUTO.
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