Test show winter tires can shorten your stopping distance by 38 feet (almost 12 meters) in winter conditions


That’s almost the length of a school bus**


** Source: Quebec Ministry of Transportation, 2001
Braking tests were performed at -20°C on a road covered with packed snow and ice. Vehicle speed was 50km/h.
Compact vehicle equipped with winter tiers stopped 11.6 meters (38 feet) sooner than the compact vehicle equipped with all-season tires.

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