With all sorts of winter weather potentially right around the corner at any point this season, it’s a good idea to be prepared with winter tires so you’re ready to face whatever is thrown your way on your trips to work, errands, or longer trips out of town. If you live in a region that is consistently below 45 degrees in the winter and receives considerable winter precipitation, winter tires are a must-have – and you’ll want to think about the following:
1. An easier way to make the swap. Changing out tires at the start and end of winter can totally be a pain, but here’s something to try: When you purchase your winter tires, go ahead and spend extra to get inexpensive wheels to go along with your tires. You’ll want to make sure that the wheels you purchase will hold up well to winter weather, by the way. This will make it a lot easier to swap out your tires when the time comes.
For the rest of my tips, check out my guest post at the Kayser Chrysler Center blog.