Why I use Studded Winter/ Snow Tires

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In this video we go over why I prefer to use studded winter tires in the Vancouver Lower Mainland area, even though we don’t get that much snow.

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sekopiski says:

I have to say, those GT Radial Champiro Ice Pros are right on par with Dayton DW700’s as the absolutely worst winter tires i have ever tried.

Randalf999 says:

You make valid points (for me, anyway).  I purchased my vehicle last December and looked for a “winter set” of tires/rims.  They were almost impossible to find because studs aren’t as popular as they once were and the timing was at the end of the buying season for winter tires.  The winters here (southern Ohio) are not that severe, but I have spun out in the 4WD work truck I drove.  So its worth it to me if it’s just once or twice a year – if it saves my life.   I think it would be a must if living in Canada (aren’t there some provinces that require studs?)   If buying winter tires, people should consider spending a few dollars more and get studded.   I did luck out and found a set that were actually highly rated by Consumer Reports and some online forums.  They are the Nokian Hakkapeliitta 8, which are directional as yours are, plus that design allows for 50% more studs.  Worth looking into if you are in the market again (there are now Hakkapelitta 9’s – not sure of the changes, but I’m very happy with my 8’s)  Thanks for the links and stay safe.

sheldon wiebe says:

because your a pussy and can’t drive.

BIG Country Offroad says:

I have a 2004 Silverado z71, I run 33 inch mud tires all year round, winter and summer..I can tell you, mud tires aren’t that great in the winter…maybe it’s time for me to invest in some winter tires for the Kelowna winters.

Justin Walker says:

the sra’s suck man I have them on my 15 ram.

Ralf Risberg says:

only idiots drive on all seasons tyres!

123takua says:

Studded tires are a must need here in Edmonton during the winter months, it gets warm snow melts then get cold the following night then the morning you hear of all the people crashing on the way to work. Studded tires FTW!

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