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tire

(tīr) [AS. teorian, to tire]
1. To become fatigued.
2. To exhaust or fatigue.
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If you're willing to spend a little more, a set of studded snow tires will help you get through just about anything on the road.
Company vehicles should have the following checked/inspected: battery antifreeze, wipers and washer fluid, ignition system, thermostat, lights, heater, brakes, defroster, winter grade oil, properly inflated tires (all weather radials or chains, or snow tires, if conditions warrant), ice scraper, maybe a shovel or broom, and plenty of gasoline.
Purchase snow tires--For most passenger vehicles, studies show snow tires can improve your ability to effectively navigate through snow and ice.
Travelers should put on snow tires or carry chains, he added.
It has been said that when you achieve success in America you need to have your snow tires on --that's to avoid leaving the road and plunging into a ditch.
This technology, a unique injection-molded, high-strength and high-durability polyurethane assembly, represents a significant improvement over historical traction devices such as tire chains, snow tires and studded tires as well as autosocks.
Consider the use of snow tires with metal studs if icy driving conditions are part of your winter's landscape.
Nan Kang Rubber is mainly engaged in making sedan tires, light truck tires, snow tires and SUV (sport utility vehicle) tires, with exports contributing around 90% to its overall annual revenue.
I have now become accustomed to snow tires, salty roads and snowplows things that were once foreign to me.
Snow tires and other winter-traction devices, such as tire chains, help improve drivability in heavy snow,.
The Kooriyama highway office of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism says many of the cars trapped in snow on the highway were not equipped with tire chains or snow tires. The office is investigating the causes of the traffic standstill.
He told me to get snow tires. Isn't an "all-season" tire just as good?