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Why Do You Need Winter Tires In British Columbia?

Winter tires (or all-season mud and snow tires) are required on specific roadways from October 1 to April 30 in a region famed for its rugged peaks. Highway 3 (Crowsnest), Highway 5 (Coquihalla), Highway 20 (Chilcotin-Bella Coola), Highway 26 (Barkerville), and Highway 37 (Stewart–Cassiar) are just a few of these…

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Why Do You Need Winter Tires?

A number of folks discuss Canada's natural resources with reference to winter, including beavers, friendliness, and sports. However, even in regions where winters are harshest, hardly any Canadians drive in winter tires, even if it is for their safety. According to the Tire and Rubber Association of Canada (TRAC), only…

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Why Do You Need Winter Tires In Alberta?

Tires have progressed throughout time. Initially, there were two types of tires: summer and snow. Some decades ago, the all-season tire was put into the market, providing motorists with superior winter driving capabilities than a summer tire while also allowing them to save the cost and bother of changing winter…

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What Is The Difference Between All-Season Tires, All-Weather Tires, And Winter Tires?

Understanding and dealing with the elements is an essential part of driving in Canada is learning to navigate at the wheel properly. When snowflakes begin to fall, and the temperature drops, staying safe on snowy highways begs a crucial question: what are the kinds of tires you need? What makes…

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