There are plenty of ingredients for a bad summer road trip in addition to rain and cranky kids.
Tires aren't just treads we replace once every few years.
Polaris has declared war … on flat tires.
Making a decision about buying tires usually comes down to price and tread wear.
You'll find the recommended tire size as well as the speed and load ratings for your vehicle on a placard in the doorjamb, the glove compartment, or on the fuel-filler door.
Anything made with rubber can become more rigid as temperatures get very low, as evidenced by some ultra-high-performance summer tires being used by General Motors and other manufacturers on some...