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Thousands of people every year are involved in winter related accidents. Many of these incidents are the result of a driver’s inability to control their vehicle on ice and snow. In many instances, it was due to faulty tires.

Driving through treacherous ice and snow is no joke. A person needs the right amount of tread on their wheels to maintain a good grip on ice or sleet. Icy cold elements have the ability to reduce friction between a tire and the surface of the ground. When this happens, a car will slip and slide. The best thing for a person to do is to have wheels with a thick tread to handle harsh road conditions during the winter time.

Keep in mind that cold air also reduces a tire’s pressure during the winter months. Since cold air reduces pressure this can cause a vehicle to move slower through the snow and put more pressure on a driver to perform. Deflated tires makes it hard for a vehicle to operate through the snow. At least 2-inches of non-shoveled snow can immobilize an automobile. A tire that has a low tread factor will not be able to provide an extra push that a vehicle will need to get through pile up of snow.

Good tires will help winter drivers to get around through winter weather when they need to the most. A set of new tires will not only help to stabilize a vehicle on ice and slippery road conditions; it will also help a vehicle to operate at its full capacity. Getting a set of new tires is something that all vehicle owners should consider before the winter season arrives.

Worried about your tires to finish out the winter? Contact our ASE Certified technicians at Big Lake Automotive today for more information about new tires and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop proudly serves the residents of Big Lake, MN and surrounding areas.

Don't be driving on snow & ice with poor tires. Be sure to visit your Tire Shop today to buy new tires to last through winter. Call us on 763-263-0909!

Thousands of people every year are involved in winter related accidents. Many of these incidents are the result of a driver’s inability to control their vehicle on ice and snow. In many instances, it was due to faulty tires.

Driving through treacherous ice and snow is no joke. A person needs the right amount of tread on their wheels to maintain a good grip on ice or sleet. Icy cold elements have the ability to reduce friction between a tire and the surface of the ground. When this happens, a car will slip and slide. The best thing for a person to do is to have wheels with a thick tread to handle harsh road conditions during the winter time.

Keep in mind that cold air also reduces a tire’s pressure during the winter months. Since cold air reduces pressure this can cause a vehicle to move slower through the snow and put more pressure on a driver to perform. Deflated tires makes it hard for a vehicle to operate through the snow. At least 2-inches of non-shoveled snow can immobilize an automobile. A tire that has a low tread factor will not be able to provide an extra push that a vehicle will need to get through pile up of snow.

Good tires will help winter drivers to get around through winter weather when they need to the most. A set of new tires will not only help to stabilize a vehicle on ice and slippery road conditions; it will also help a vehicle to operate at its full capacity. Getting a set of new tires is something that all vehicle owners should consider before the winter season arrives.

Worried about your tires to finish out the winter? Contact our ASE Certified technicians at Big Lake Automotive today for more information about new tires and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop proudly serves the residents of Big Lake, MN and surrounding areas.

Jamie Houle
Big Lake AutomotiveAuto Repair Shop in Big Lake, MN

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19868 172nd St NW, Big Lake, MN 55309763-263-0909service@biglakeautomotive.com
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