One of the most important factors for driving on snow tires is how well they handle ice, snow and everything that comes with it. There are a few variations in the different winter tires. These influence how effective these tires are going to be in driving on the snow without slipping.

While many winter tires have deeper treads with certain patterns meant to ride on ice and snow safely, there are some tires that are designed with an extra feature to help deal with a layer of water on the ice which would cause slipping and loss of traction.

Of course you are going to want the best tires you can get to keep safe on the road. In icy areas, you want to make sure that you are using tires designed for the snow. This can be known by looking at the treads and checking their depth and patterns.



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