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tire

(tīr) [AS. teorian, to tire]
1. To become fatigued.
2. To exhaust or fatigue.
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He drags his snow tires from storage, wheels his hydraulic jack into position and swaps his all-season radials for snow tires.
Under some rules, motorists are subject to fines if they block traffic and do not have snow tires on their vehicles.
Snow tires are designed specifically for driving in the snow.
Now through April 15, 2009, snow tires will be available on all Avis and Budget passenger vehicles in Quebec, as required by law.
All-season tires expect to continue to be the most prominent tire, but consumers in the northern states and Canada will still opt for snow tires in the winter season due to harsh weather and heavy ice and snow road conditions, according to the study.
If snowshoes are snow tires for your feet, crampons are four-wheel drive low-range.
Snow tires offer maximum traction under snow and ice conditions.
if you prefer to have separate summer and winter tires on your vehicle, you're better off getting caught in the dry with snow tires than the other way around.
At the airport, you can pick up a car with snow tires from major rental agencies.
If you live in an area that's prone to heavy snow, particularly if you have hills to navigate, snow tires will give you extra traction and help you avoid sliding or getting stuck.
The dealership points out that snow tires are created with low temperature resilient rubber compounds that have deep treads that are capable of gripping unplowed snow-, ice- and slush-covered roads.
They did get one advantage: snow tires from Pirelli & C.