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      08-29-2012, 03:39 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by bobblehead View Post
I had driven awd cars & suv in the past with just stock tires (so called all season), I can tell you it's one hell of a scary drive, esp. having the feeling of the tire slipping and not able to stop when you really want to stop.

That's why I rather pay to be safe than sorry. Just my 2 cents.
I agree completely Bobblehead...dedicated winter tires are a must and studies have proven time and time again they are the safest for your vehicle in the winter and provide you with much better stopping and gripping power over all seasons. I mean, besides your vehicle, how much is your life worth to you?
Your choice my friend, but you'll never see me on all seasons in the winter.
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