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Overview: All Season & Winter Tyres

In temperatures below 7°C the compound and rubber in a summer tyre begins to harden. Winter tyres, and all season tyres, are constructed with a different type of rubber compound - containing a higher percentage of silica and natural rubber. This allows winter tyres to remain flexible and perform better in lower temperatures.

Winter Tyres

Greater Control

The tread design of winter tyres has been specially created to offer better grip and traction in the snow.

All-weather Tyres

Better Grip

The special compound in winter tyres allows it to remains softer in low temperatures - offering more grip, better braking and precise handling.

Winter Tyres

Enhanced Performance

Technology in winter tyres means it performs better when the temperature drops below 7° Celsius.

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Here are a selection of their favourite winter tyres

Michelin CrossClimate

Introducing the new MICHELIN CrossClimate, with revolutionary performances that keep you safe in every weather condition throughout the year.

  • Summer tyre with winter accreditation
  • Top performance in summer and winter
  • Optimised tread pattern for improved fuel consumption
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Nokian WR D4

Nokian WR D4 is a winter tyre has been designed with unique innovations to allow for safe and balanced driving on wet and snowy roads alike.

  • Fantastic grip on wet, dry and snow
  • Stable and reliable handling
  • Reduced risk of aquaplaning
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Goodyear UltraGrip 9

Goodyear's UltraGrip 9 winter tyre has been designed to keep you moving in some of the most challenging winter conditions.

  • Shorter braking distances on snowy roads
  • Reduced risk of aquaplaning
  • Tread Optimal Performance Technolgy
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Dunlop Winter Sport 5

The Dunlop Winter Sport 5 is a winter tyre designed to provide motorists with a reliable performance and enhance grip when tackling the unique difficulties faced on the road in freezing winter conditions.

  • Excellent grip qualities on snow and ice
  • Reliable performance in freezing conditions
  • Reduced risk of aquaplaning
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Michelin CrossClimate

Recommended by Auto Bild

The new Michelin CrossClimate all season tyre range delivers revolutionary performance in all weather conditions, throughout the year.

• Three-peak mountain snowflake accreditation
• Top performance in summer and winter conditions
• Benefits from Michelin Total Performance technology

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Michelin CrossClimate

Nokian Weatherproof

Safe in the winter, precise in the summer

The Nokian Weatherproof is a winter tyre with excellent grip characteristics. At the same time, it is also a summer tyre that rolls precisely during hot summer conditions.

• Officially approved for use in winter
• Increased levels of grip in extreme winter weather
• Strong performance during the summer months

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Nokian Weatherproof

Goodyear UltraGripPerformance Gen 2

Excellent grip and high handling performance

Optimised tread pattern for reduced risk of aquaplaning and excellent braking on snow.

• Excellent braking distance on snow
• Reduced risk of aquaplaning
• Optimized tread wear

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Hankook winter tyres

Nokian WR D4

The world's first premium winter tyre

The Nokian WR D4 is a winter tyre with unique innovations which deliver a safe and balanced driving experience - whether you're on wet or snowy roads.

• Extremely balanced and stable
• Strong aquaplaning resistance
• Reliable grip in extreme winter weather

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Nokian Weatherproof

Of all winter accidents, 68%* of them happen in urban areas

*Institute for Traffic Accident Research (VUFO)

What is right for you?

Your guide to the general differences between the tyres:

Summer Tyres

• Optimum from Spring through to Autumn. When the average temperature is above 7 degrees Celsius
• Typically use a softer rubber compound – designed for good grip and traction when driving on dry and wet roads.
• Specialised tread patterns with shallower tread depths to focus on improved precision on the road, for improved handling in cornering and control at high speeds.

Winter Tyres

• Performs best during the winter months, when the temperature drops below 7 degrees Celsius.
• Compound contains a higher natural rubber content - helps to remain flexible in freezing weather, conforming to the road.
• The grooves of winter tyres are typically wider to channel snow and water. The latest generation also have smaller shoulder grooves to improve snow and ice traction.

All-weather Tyres

• Designed to cope with all sorts of conditions - good performance delivered throughout the year
• Moderate natural rubber content to stop the tyre hardening in temperatures below 7 degrees Celsius – enhancing grip
• Designed with moderate tread depths that have been engineered to help deliver a longer tread life than many summer tyres

Benefits and Advantages

It's not only on snow and ice that winter tyres come into their own. Once the thermometer drops lower than 7°C, all season and winter tyres provide you with reduced braking in wet conditions and lessen the risk of aquaplaning - when the snow begins to thaw. Watch them in action:

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