Tracy’s Automotive will help you decide whether to switch to winter tires or continue using all-weather tires.
It’s no surprise that you spent your time shaking on your visit to Field of Screams. Not only is the haunted event scary, the weather has become cold and frosty with temperatures dropping into freezing.
“The early arrival of winter temperatures will hold on through Halloween, then a warming trend will kick in for Kansas to welcome the start of November. Another cold front is expected in the early morning hours of Tuesday, but there won’t be any rain or snow, just more chilly weather,” kwch.com says.
“A sunny day is coming up Tuesday with highs in the 30s and 40s. North winds will be rather gusty at the start of the day but should scale back late in the afternoon. At trick-or-treat time, the wind will be under 15 mph, but wind chills could easily slip into the upper 20s. The sky will remain clear.”
It’s true that a warming trend is expected by the end of the week but the cold wave is ample warning that drivers need to decide whether they will change to winter, or snow, tires or retain their summertime tires.
“Any day now, a few million drivers will make their vehicles safer in a way most Americans never consider — by switching to winter tires. It costs money, but less than most people expect, and the difference in steering, accelerating and braking is enough that drivers in many parts of the world wouldn’t consider trusting the same tires on a sunny, 90-degree Fahrenheit day and a damp, 40-degree one, much less in an actual winter storm,” freep.com says.
Freep.com adds, “Part of the difference is obvious: Winter tires, sometimes called snow tires, have different tread patterns. Like an iceberg, though, 90% of the substance is hidden under the surface. Winter tires are made of rubber compounds created to improve traction at low temperatures. The tread’s ability to grip snow or disperse water is almost beside the point.”
The decision leaves many drivers wondering what’s best for his car. The decision should be made after a conversation with a tire care expert like those at Tracy’s Tire Pros and Automotive in Wichita.
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