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Winter / Cold Weather Alloy Wheels (Alloys) And Tyres
Alloy Wheels designed to be durable for use in Winter / Cold Weather Conditions
Winter / Cold Weather Tyres:
Whilst we offer a fantastic range of Winter Wheels, we are also able to offer you Winter Tyres at heavily discounted prices. We buy Winter Tyres from the UK and Germany, which gives us a huge advantage on pricing and stock availability. It is the law in Germany to switch your tyres to Winter Tyres throughout the winter months, so stock levels are extremely high in Germany - and due to buying power the Germans benefit from better pricing. We bring these savings to you!
If you plan on driving on the roads this winter then it is seriously worth considering fitting Winter Tyres to your vehicle. In sub 7°C temperatures, it is proven that Winter Tyres will not only give you improved grip on the icy / wet / snow-covered roads, but also stop you quicker.
Throughout the winter months, you and your vehicle are 6 times more susceptible to a road traffic accident. Fitting Winter Tyres could drastically decrease the odds of this happening, enabling you to stop quicker and control your vehicle better in poor conditions.
In sub 7°C temperatures, a normal tyre will become more rigid and the flexibility becomes reduced. This has a significant effect on the way that the tyre performs, which in turn compromises the way that your vehicle performs.
Due to the special construction of Winter Tyres, in colder temperatures the tyre remains flexible and maintains adhesion to the road. There is a slight trade off with stopping distances as a winter tyre does not stop as quickly in the dry as a summer tyre, however, on balance if it is not possible to switch tyres in the winter, experts say you are better off with winter tyres all year round. This is because the difference in stopping distances of summer tyres in winter is far greater than for winter tyres in the summer.