• When and where to buy new summer tyres?

    Having good quality summer tyres is just as important as having dedicated winter tyres for the winter season. You need to make sure that you have tyres that are designed to deal with the heat of the summer while also providing sufficient protection against aquaplaning due to heavy summer rains and thunderstorms When to buy The timing of when it is best to purchase a new set of tyres will depend on your need. You should get a new set when you reach 4mm of tread depth, as this is when you will lose a lot of the tyre’s key properties, such as grip, wet grip, braking distance etc. If…

  • Safe spring driving

    Driving during the spring can be difficult, as most of us wants to get our summer tyres on our car and put the winter tyres on storage. You do however need to ensure that the winter weather will not return. The roads should be free from snow and slush for you to drive safely with summer tyres. The winter tyres should be kept on for as long as you still think that the snow might return. If you are heavily dependent on your car, you should wait longer to ensure that you don’t get stuck with summer tyres and then there you have a snowstorm. You should never try to…

  • Use winter tyres on your car to keep you out of accidents

    The best way to stay safe when driving during the winter is to equip the car with a premium set of winter tyres. This should be enough to ensure that you will have solid grip on snow and ice when driving. This requires tyres that are approved for winter conditions and have the Snowflake symbol on the sidewall of the tyre and that they are in good condition. In order to stay safe during the winter you need to have proper winter tyres. Winter tyres have the properties needed to keep you safe when you drive on snow, ice and slush. If you don’t have the correct tyres, you risk…

  • Why all-weather tyres are perfect for a big part of Central Europe

    The concept of all-weather tyres is that you have a set of tyres that can handle any type of weather. So regardless if you have snowy winter roads or dry summer ones, you can manage with the same set of tyres. With tyres that can handle such a wide range of conditions, you of course have some advantages and some disadvantages. The advantage is definitely that you are always ready to drive regardless of weather conditions. You are also safer than having the wrong set of tyres for the season. There is also the convenience factor that can play a significant role in choosing them. When it comes to the…

  • In September we might not be far from the first snow

    September is definitely a month where we are not far from winter, as we are already in Autumn. During the end of autumn, winter conditions are likely to be seen, where it is unlikely in September, but likely in November. Even in October the temperatures can drop below zero degrees Celsius. When you have sub-zero temperatures, you are safer driving with winter tyres than summer tyres, which gives an indication that you should be prepared to change to winter tyres already when the temperatures start approaching zero degrees. The problem with summer tyres at low temperatures is that the tyres are designed for warm temperatures and when you go to…