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Rather than buy extra wheels for snow tyres or have a garage changing them over every season what do think to this idea: On a FWD car have the winter tyres on front in winter (as is normal) but in summer...
I have a 2005 MG ZT-T Diesel fitted with 225/45/R18 wheels. I wish to purchase a set of steel wheels fitted with Winter Tyres. However, I wish to fit 17-inch steel wheels and would like to know what tyre...
I've been reading quite a bit about these winter tyres and I'm pretty convinced from what I've read, that they are worth having - particularly if we keep getting more snow in the winters ahead. However,...
Would fitting winter tyres affect the validity of my car insurance, as I will have changed the original specification?
I have a set of winter tyres 165/70/R13/79T on a Peugeot 106 and want to know what other makes and models of cars they will fit.
After begin rear-ended (twice in the same acccident by the same person), I now have to buy another car quickly. I was thinking about a Volvo S40 or S60, as they have lumbar support (bad back!) and I believe...
Following the horror-story reports of insurers charging extra premiums when notified that people fit winter tyres and wheels, thought I'd just add a bit of good news. When I rang Mercedes' insurers (Aviva)...
In the second paragraph of your advice concerning Winter Tyres, you have given the temperature at which one should consider using these tyres as 70C. Shum mishtake here shurley?
I am thinking that to have a spare set of winter wheels and tyres would be a good idea, as I have heard they are much better for grip and braking at temperatuires below 5 degrees. My S-Max 2.2 Diesel...
Last year I bought two 12 month old Vauxhall Vectra 1.8 petrol cars for a total cost of £15,250. One for my wife and one for myself. Good value I think for a much under-rated car. We live at the bottom...
 

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