View Poll Results: Winter / All Seasons

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  • Winter Tires

    23 74.19%
  • All Seasons

    5 16.13%
  • Don't or rarely drive in winter

    1 3.23%
  • I dont drive at all and wanted a option for me

    2 6.45%
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Thread: Winter tires or All Season Tires in Winter

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    Default Winter tires or All Season Tires in Winter

    This is just a poll for the discussion that continues here: http://www.connect2edmonton.ca/forum...ad.php?t=19550

    Please vote, but keep comments in the thread above.

    Do you use Winter tires in the winter?

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    Barely drive at all during winter, but all seasons I suppose. If I drove more, winters for sure.

    Also, how many threads have we had on this?
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    This is merely for a poll. Did you not read my post?

    I think this is the 3rd thread on c2e in its 6 year history.

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    Voted.

    On All Seasons right now, but now that I've got garage space to store a set of tires I'll be considering Winter tires for next year.

    I wonder if there is demand out there for a 'seasonal tire storage centre'

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    Alex.L - Look into all-weather tires, like Nokia WRG2s... They are winter tires (snow/ice/cold rated), but okay for summer driving too. This is what I run all year.

    (all weather is not all season... )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex.L View Post
    Voted.

    On All Seasons right now, but now that I've got garage space to store a set of tires I'll be considering Winter tires for next year.

    I wonder if there is demand out there for a 'seasonal tire storage centre'

    I imagine the admin should move these responses to the proper tire thread, but to answer your question, I know of at least one tire shop that will store your off-season tires for you for $70 every six months; Central Tire.

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    On my Toyota 4WD, Goodyear Wrangler GS-A all terrain tires. This is the second set I have had, and they are very good, especially with the four wheel drive locked in.

    If I ran my Volvo in the winter I would put Nokians back on it, on steel rims. But since I do not drive that car from October to May, I run summer tires only.
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    There are Nokian Hakkapeliitta winter tires on all three of our vehicles.

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