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If you need to get tires that provide you with the best driving experience and safety throughout Denver’s cold winter, you are running out of time. Schedule an appointment today at Mile High Honda’s Winter Tire Center. We are fully stocked with genuine Honda approved winter tires for your Honda car, truck, van, crossover, or SUV.
Safe Cold-Weather Driving
As the summer heat starts to end, and the first leaves begin to fall from the trees, we start to consider what the winter weather might mean for your Honda car, truck, van, crossover, or SUV. We know that if you live in the Denver area that your Honda vehicle will face Colorado’s serious winter weather. Do you have winter tires that can remain flexible in temperatures below 44 degrees Fahrenheit? As the weather gets cold and snow accumulates on the road, you will need winter tires that provide the traction for safe cold-weather driving.
Winter vs. All-Season Tires
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, vehicles that drive in cold weather with winter tires have a 40% less chance of being involved in a collision compared to a vehicle equipped with all-season tires.
Winter Tires are Better for Denver’s Winter
All-seasons tires are manufactured to provide durability and traction in a wide range of seasons and road conditions. But all-season tires cannot provide the same level of traction in winter conditions as the recommended winter tire. All-season tires are recommended for temperatures above 44 degrees Fahrenheit. Given the average daily high temperature in Denver is much colder, we recommend winter tires for optimum handling and safety.
Denver’s Frigid & Snowy Winters
According to the Farmer’s Almanac, Denver is forecasted to have snow as early as October 1. That is less than a month away! The National Weather Service Climate Prediction Center predicts that Colorado’s winter snowfall will be average. That means November will likely have at least 5 days with snow accumulation over 4 inches. This might present a problem if your Honda tires are unprepared. The best way to know that your Honda car, truck, van, crossover, or SUV is ready for Denver’s winter is to make sure that you have winter tires. For this, we recommend a visit to Denver’s Winter Tire Center at Mile High Honda.