4 Tire Tips to Prepare for Winter

(Family Features) Among the many daily necessities that tend to take a backseat during the cold days of winter, driving is one of a handful directly affected by the weather. From slick roads caused by ice and snow to cold temperatures that can wreak havoc on certain parts of vehicles, even a simple commute to work or school may become a more treacherous activity.

While staying home is the only surefire way to avoid the pitfalls brought on by winter’s chill, there are precautions you can take and ways you can enhance the safety and performance of your vehicle before hitting the road.

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