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Winter Tires Regina

From far away, all tires might look the same. Round, black, grooved--what really is the difference between any of them? For people that drive a lot in all types of weather conditions, having the appropriate tires on a vehicle can be the deciding factor in whether a driver makes it home safely in adverse conditions.

Winter tires are designed to enhance handling and braking performance on snowy, icy, and slippery roads. Summer tires have almost three times the stopping distance of winter tires, and this can be the difference between stopping before an intersection or stopped vehicle or entering it unwillingly when the road is slippery.

The rubber compound found in winter tires is different than that found in summer or all-season tires. The winter tire compound is formulated to have a better grip in cold weather. The tread width and pattern of winter tires is also different; it is optimized to provide extra grip on snowy surfaces, preventing the car from slipping.

Even vehicles equipped with four-wheel drive or all-wheel drive require winter tires. While some vehicles or manufacturers believe that drivers can get away with just two winter tires, it is important to change all four tires to winter tires when the seasons start to change. This provides increased safety and peace of mind when the weather is unpredictable. Having just two winter tires will create a mismatch in the vehicle's traction and can have a negative impact on handling.

Driving in the winter is difficult and having a good set of winter tires is an easy way to mitigate some of the risk. Across Canada, more than 50,000 vehicle accidents each year are affected by winter precipitation. Drivers need to adequately prepare their cars, slow down their speed, and be aware of their surroundings when winter weather starts.

Employee Pricing on Winter Tires

Employee Pricing on Winter Tires

Bennett Dunlop Ford offers winter tires for sale in Winnipeg to ensure that drivers are adequately equipped to handle whatever Mother Nature tries to throw at them. One of their winter tire offers provides employee pricing on tires to any customer from September to November. Drivers across Winnipeg can outfit their vehicle at a lower cost and receive one season of free storage with the purchase of four tires. Tires are expensive and having to buy an extra set and store it can be troublesome for those in urban areas. Let Bennett Dunlop Ford save you some time and aggravation.

Price Match Guarantee

Bennett Dunlop Ford also offers a price match guarantee. For customers that come in to purchase a new set of winter tires, the dealership will match the price of a tire if it is listed lower by a competitor. Drivers do not have to visit multiple stores or order tires online to get the best deal--Bennett Dunlop Ford's price match guarantee means that drivers are always getting a great deal.

Winter tires could be the difference between a vehicle getting stuck in a snowbank or getting into an accident. It is important to have your car outfitted for winter before the winter precipitation makes an appearance.