How To Drive In Snow, And How Winter Tires Work
Should You Buy Winter Tires? – Sponsored by Progressive
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Driving in the snow results in less grip, which ultimately means you need to change your driving behaviors to make sure you maintain control of the vehicle. This video explores the ideas of different driving conditions, and how each of these driving conditions affect the overall grip of a vehicle. We’ll also look at how stopping distances and cornering speeds will be changed by various road conditions, such as dry, wet, snow, or ice. We’ll discuss how different tire types can alter your vehicle’s performance in snow and ice conditions, and also discuss driving tips to help maintain control of your vehicle when weather conditions are poor.
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