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"...sneakers. Of course, the way the tire reacts to low temperatures affects grip which, in its turn, has a strong relation with steering and braking performance. Tire manufactures are usually tight-lipped when it comes to the compounds they use for winter tires, mostly because this is what makes a tire better than another, so it's all about competition. However, newer projects have offered us a glimpse into the materials that could be used inside a winter tire. Stiff..." Continue Reading →
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