Demo shows the dangers behind worn tires on wet or snowy roads

“Good Morning America” offers a demonstration, plus how to stay safe on slippery roads ahead of the winter months.

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23 thoughts on “Demo shows the dangers behind worn tires on wet or snowy roads

  1. This DOESNT work on new cars because the car computers adapt to the tires and countries roads. So if the car thinks it has new tires and you put on used tires it will flip out the algorithms.

  2. Yo hydroplaning ain't no joke, I lost control of my car on wet road and slammed sideways into a tree, luckily no one was hurt, and didnt hit any other car, just fucked up my own, my mistake was stepoing on the break and trying to turn the wheel the opposite direction and that's when I spun out of control.

  3. I work in a bodyshop We offer to people that been in a crash And very low tread tires. Free labor on new tires of there own choice Even if they don't buy the tires from us

    As a Canadian We learn at a young age By taking a car in the new snow to a parking lot of a office building area on a sunday and do donuts Turn and handbrake. It is fun But you also get a feel on how the car reacts to snow
    You also understand that Cars on Turns Hills Valleys have more chance of losing control because the center of gravitiy has changed Add speed in the the factor and the chance becomes greater

    Another bad spot is cold temps and wet bridges ..Cold air travels over and under a bridge Turning water into ice quicker

    Many Canadians buy Snow and ice tires instead of All-season In the Canadian winter and Northern parts of the USA Driving on All-season is not what your looking for in winter ..The rubber is harder (Think like a hockey puck) So they will last longer And run smooth And Handle well in rain and dry pavement Mud and snow tires are along the same path Mostly for off road Great in mud Bad in snow Noisy on dry pavement

    In Quebec Snow tires are the law in winter.. Driving 10kms under the speed limit in problem weather is also legal

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