when i bought my mark it came with 2 snow tires. should i put them on my front wheels for better turning? or my rear wheels for better rear traction? the other two tires are brand new Micheline all season tires, that look like they will have good traction in the snow anyways, but i'm sure the snow tires will be a little better.
Get four, it's no help if you can move but can't stop.
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In the snow, stopping quickly is just as important - if not more important - than getting going quickly. Imagine yourself having to slam on the brakes on a snowy road at night with snow tires on the rear wheels only.
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oh i know, i went without last year on my t-bird... it was pretty much a nightmare compared to my old car (audi a6 quattro with blizzacks). i guess i'll have to save up for two more. That's why i asked now so that i would have time. I'll probably just sell my new Michelines to pay for them because i only use those rims in the winter anyways.