Than the winter, summer and all-season tires are different in different weather conditions (VIDEO)

Чем зимние, летние и всесезонные шины отличаются в разную погоду (ВИДЕО)

Now is the perfect time to remind motorists about the vital characteristics of tires for different seasons.

Most cars have long been waiting for the onset of winter in the respective tires, however, is another obvious comparison of the characteristics of different tyre types to look at benefit to all.

Before discussing tests of the tire under different weather conditions, pay attention motorists: don’t forget to adjust to winter driving mode. On snow, icy or wet roads the car behaves differently.

And now to the tests which held the tire experts Youtube channel Tyre Review. The guys whose job is to assist in the selection of wheels for car owners, informative showed behavior summer, all-season tires, “euroshima” and “Nordic” tires for the harsh winters and CrossClimate tires (summer tire certified for winter) in different weather conditions.

The testers went to the test ground Test World in Northern Finland in search of the answer to the old question: what, after all, the point of intersection of the possibilities of winter and summer tires? Now manufacturers recommend to change “winter”, if the established temperature +5-7 degrees Celsius. According to the recommendations in this weather rubber compound in summer tires due to its composition begins to run much worse: Sheena harden, grip during acceleration, braking and maneuvers are dramatically reduced.

The test included braking on different types of tires at different temperatures on different types of surfaces. The car was in all situations, one: the standard Volkswagen Golf 7 wheels 205/55 R16.

-9 degrees is the handling on snow lap time:

Summer – 42,29 seconds

CrossClimate – of 32.73 seconds

Vsesezonka – 31,54 seconds

Winter of 30.48 seconds

Scandinavian – 29,33 seconds

+2 degrees braking distance on wet roads:

CrossClimate – 27,28 meter

Winter – 27,93 meter

Vsesezonka – 27,93 meter

Summer – 33,66 meter

Scandinavian – 34,26 meter

6.5 degrees – the braking distance on a wet road:

CrossClimate – 27,32 meter

Vsesezonka – 27,64 meter

Winter – 28,28 meter

Summer – 30,20 meters

Scandinavian – of 35.16 meters

+8…+2 ° C – the braking distance on dry road:

Summer – from of 24.19 to 24.14 meters

CrossClimate from 24,69 up to 25 meters

Vsesezonka – from 27,23 to 25.43 meters

Winter – from of 28.45 to 26.73 meters

Scandinavian – from 30,90 to 30,33 meters

+10 degree braking distance on wet roads:

CrossClimate – of 27.61 meters

Vsesezonka – 27,86 meter

Summer of 28.27 meters

Winter – of 28.88 meters

Scandinavian – 35,89 meters.

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