Skidding on ice is no joke – so be prepared!
What you need to do to make the experience as painless as possible.
Very low temperatures, a lot of snow and ice on the road and on vehicles and strong, freezing wind – these are just some of the things to look forward to in winter and beware while driving long-distance.
When it comes to the type of tires to mount on the vehicle for winter conditions, people are still up in arms about it – winter or all-season tires? Each have their own pros and cons, but all-season tires are cheaper and easier to maintain.
Winter is a particularly tricky time for driving, especially in Canada. And if you have a misbehaving vehicle, then your job as a driver becomes even more difficult.
To be able to enjoy driving your car during the winter, you need to make sure it runs as it should. It stopping in the middle of a snowflurry and freezing cold weather is not an option, so make sure your automotive pet is in good condition.
Take a look at our new infographic and see when, where and why you should use winter tires as opposed to all-season tires.
Unless you are planning to store your car until spring, winter tires are essential in preparing your car for winter weather and here is why.
If you’re waiting to replace whichever type of tires you have for winter ones until the very last minute, stick with us to learn when is the best time to do so and why.
Don’t bundle up your car! Here is how to prepare it for winter weather.