Originally Posted by sonny
anyone use these currently or in the past? Any good?
i had them on my car for the last 2 years they are a great tire. But last year they werent really put to the test, with the amount of snow we recieved. To be honest though, its hard to find a winter tire that isnt good. It all depends where you are driving. There are tires that are meant more for ice and slick conditions, tires that are meant more for the deeper snow conditions, winter tires that have a low drag coefficient that provide better fuel milage, winter tires that have a extreamly soft compounds and more sipes for maximum traction, winter tires with harder compounds that brag about how long they last.
You have to take into account what and where you will be driving most of the time and make a decision based on that.
Hopefully i havnt confused you more about your decision in purchasing a winter tire....lol