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New General Grabber Tire Designed for All Purposes

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The new General Grabber APT from Continental Tire the Americas LLC is an all-purpose-terrain tire designed for on-road, off-road and snow performance.

The General Grabber APT is the newest member of the Grabber family of light truck and SUV tires. It is positioned in a spot that was not filled in the current Grabber product portfolio.

Continental says that on the aggressiveness chart, the Grabber APT holds the spot in between the current all-terrain G Grabber AT2 and the highway-terrain G Grabber HTS60. This tire is the perfect blend of all-terrain, off-road capability and excellent on-road performance designed for all weather conditions, according to the company.

Travis Roffler, director of marketing for the General brand, expects the Grabber APT will be a popular tire for those drivers looking for a tire that is mostly driven on the road during the week but can hold its own during weekend adventures. “It offers the best of both worlds with very strong on-road manners but still enough off-road capability to get the job done.”

The new Grabber APT features three exclusive General technologies.

Comfort Balance Technology provides a cushioned tread that absorbs road disturbances for a more comfortable and pleasant ride. Grooves in the tread are angled away from the center grooves to help dissipate sound which provides a quiet ride.
StabiliTread Technology promotes even wear and longer tread life via even pressure distribution and a robust tread compound.
DuraGen Technology offers high strength construction for impressive durability in off-road situations and delivers cut and chip performance on rough surfaces.
The Grabber APT is available in 26 replacement articles in mostly metric sizes of 16 inches to 22 inches. Two additional tires are OE fitments for the Nissan Titan. A 60,000-mile limited tread wear warranty supports the tire along with Three-Peak Mountain Snowflake Certification. Sidewall styling is available in black and outline white letter.

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Studded Snow Tire Dates

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Below is a list of studded tire regulations as of October 2016. This information is based on the best available information. Consult state or local Department of Transportation officials if you have any doubt about legality in your area. Dates refer to the time frame during which studded snow tires may be used.
STATE STUDDED TIRE REGULATION

State Permission Contact Information
AL Permitted (with rubber studs) 334.242.4395 (AL Department of Public Safety)
AK Permitted September 16 -April 30 north of 60 degrees N October 1 – April 14 south of 60 degrees N 907.269.5511 (Department of Public Safety)
AZ Permitted October 1 – May 1 602.223.2000 (Department of Public Safety)
AR Permitted November 15 – April 15 501.618.8000 (State Police)
CA Permitted November 1 – April 30 916.843.3200 (Highway Patrol)
CO Permitted 303.239.4500 (State Police)
CT Permitted November 15 – April 30 860.685.8190 (State Police)
DE Permitted October 15 – April 15 302.739.5900 (State Police)
DC Not Permitted 202.727.1000 (citywide calls) 202.673.6813 (DDOT)
FL Permitted (rubber studs only) 850.617.2301 (Highway Patrol)
GA Permitted only in snow and ice conditions 404.624.7000 (Department of Public Safety)
HI Not Permitted 808.270.7363 (Department of Motor Vehicles)
ID Permitted October 1 – April 30 208.884.7000 (State Police)
IL Not Permitted 217.782.6637 (State Police)
IN Permitted October 1 – May 1 317.232.8200 (State Police)
IA Permitted November 1 – April 1 515.725.6090 (State Police)
KS Permitted November 1 – April 15 785.296.6800 (Highway Patrol)
KY Permitted 502.695.6300 (State Police)
LA Permitted (with rubber studs only) 225.925.6325 (State Police)
ME Permitted October 2 – April 30 207.626.3800 (Department of Public Safety)
MD Permitted Restricted. November 1 – March 31-Allowed only in Western Counties: Allegheny, Carroll, Frederick, Garrett and Washington. 410.653.4200 (State Police)
MA Permitted November 2 – April 30 508.820.2300 (State Police)
MI Not Permitted 517.332.2521 (State Police)
MN Not Permitted 651.201.7100 (State Police)
MS Not Permitted 601.987.1212 (Public Safety)
MO Permitted November 2 – March 31 573.751.3313 (Highway Patrol)
MT Permitted October 1 – May 31 406.444.3780 (Highway Patrol)
NE Permitted November 1 – April 1 402.471.4545 (NE State Patrol)
NV Permitted October 1 – April 30 775.687.5300 (NV Highway Patrol)
NH Permitted – No Restrictions 603.271.2371
NJ Permitted November 15 – April 1 609.882.2000 (State Police)
NM Permitted-No Restrictions 505.827.9000 (State Police)
NY Permitted October 16 – April 30 518.783.3211 (State Police)
NC Permitted if not projected more than 1/16 inch when compressed. 919.733.7952 (Highway Patrol)
ND Permitted October 15 – April 15 701.328.2455 (Highway Patrol)
OH Permitted November 1 – April 15 877.772.8765 (State Patrol)
OK Permitted November 1 – April 1 405.425.2424 (Highway Patrol)
OR Permitted November 1 – March 31 503.378.3720 (State Police)
PA Permitted November 1 – April 15 717.264.5161 (State Police)
RI Permitted November 15 -April 1 (only if not projected more than 1/16 inch, no metal) 401.444.1000 (State Police)
SC Permitted if not projected more than 1/16 inch when compressed.(56-5-5040) 803.896.7920 (Highway Patrol)
SD Permitted October 1 – April 30 605.773.3105 (Highway Patrol)
TN Permitted October 1 – April 15 615.741.3181 (TN Highway Patrol – Planning and Research)
TX Permitted as long as the studs to not damage highway and are rubber 817.299.1381 (TX Highway Patrol)
UT Permitted October 15 – March 31 801.965.4461 (Public Safety)
VT Permitted – No Restrictions 802.244.7345 (Highway Patrol)
VA Permitted October 15 – April 15 804.743.2217 (State Police – Safety Division)
WA Permitted November 1 – March 31 360.705.7438 (WA State DOT)
WV Permitted November 1 – April 15 304.558.3900 (WV Division of Motor Vehicles)
WI Not Permitted 608.846.8500 (State Patrol)
WY Permitted 307.777.4301 (Highway Patrol Division)

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Facts to Consider When Buying Tires

Snow-Tires-Update-Gear-Patrol-LeadThere may be more to your tires than you think—and it goes well beyond seasonality and vehicle type. Today’s consumer has a lot of options and many factors to consider beyond the happy-go-lucky summer tire. We talk to Jim Davis, tire expert and Goodyear® public relations manager, to shed some light on the subject.

“Tires really matter—the four tires on a vehicle are the only points that touch the road surface. A tire has to transmit grip, traction, cornering performance, braking and ride—in any weather.” So, it’s worth the investment.

All-Season Tires
This jack-of-all-trades tire may or may not be right for you. “The decision to use winter tires versus summer or all-season tires is a personal decision,” Davis says. “A consultation with a local tire retailer is a good idea. Much of the decision is dependent upon the expected weather conditions a driver will face and the level of driving confidence he or she feels when driving in inclement weather, especially severe winter conditions.”

Winter Tires
Snow, slush, ice—even just cold, dry streets—are all enemies of traction. The tread compound in winter tires is made to remain pliable in temperatures below 45°F, and grooves are widened for heightened grip in the slipperiest of conditions. “Regions that typically get a lot of snow and ice, or high elevation areas, can be good prospects for winter tire use. Also, many drivers with rear-wheel drive cars, especially sporty cars with summer ultra-high performance tires, may want to consider using winter tires,” Davis says.

All-Terrain Tires
Not meant for city slickers, all-terrain tires are best suited for pickups and SUVs, Davis says, even those that spend most of their time on the highway. “[They give] the driver the ability to go off-road at times—perhaps for camping, hunting, etc. These are typically tires that feature more open space in the traction lugs and grooves of the tread, and are ideal for operating in rugged terrain on occasion.”

Run-Flat Tires
Want to lose that spare tire in your trunk? Consider run-flat tires, designed to keep on rolling far enough to get you to a service station or safe place if you run low on tire pressure. “Run-flat tires typically have a reinforced sidewall, meaning it can support the weight of the vehicle even with zero air pressure. This feature allows the driver, in most cases, to continue driving for a limited distance at a moderate speed,” Davis says.

Sport Performance Tires
If you like speed and precision, and you’ve got the sporty or touring car to match—which likely came with sport performance tires originally—look into these beauts. “These tires match the car’s focus on driving features such as steering response, excellent grip and cornering precision,” Davis tells us.

Fuel Efficient Tires
Owning a hybrid is not the only way to cut back on fuel costs. “Tires identified as ‘fuel-efficient’ typically have tread compounds that help them to achieve lower rolling resistance,” Davis says, which means they use less energy. Basically, you cover more ground without burning more fuel. Here’s Davis’s tip: “Keeping your tires properly inflated is one of the fastest, easiest and least expensive ways to improve your vehicle’s fuel efficiency.”

All these features, in most cases, can be mixed and matched—summer sport performance tires that are run-flats, for example. It’s about finding the right balance. “A tire store salesperson can provide recommendations based on the type of vehicle, the driving behaviors of the consumer and the various features desired (maximum grip, long tread wear, fuel efficiency, etc.), but in the end the purchase decision is up to the buyer.”

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Nokian Introduces New Winter Tires for 2017

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Nokian Tyres plc is bringing a new Hakkapeliitta tire to the winter tire market in 2017. Actually, it’s offering two: the Hakkapeliitta 9 for passenger cars, and the Hakkapeliitta 9 SUV.
Nokian says the tire features new stud technology, a new tread pattern, new tire structure, and a new rubber compound. The tire wil be available in fall 2017.
Tthe Hakkapeliitta 9 showcases the new adaptive Nokian functional stud concept, which features two designs of studs on the tire for use during specific driving conditions, such as braking or accelerating and cornering, which Nokian says ensures optimal traction in all winter conditions.

The tire provides longitudinal and lateral grip on icy and snowy driving surfaces, and behaves in a controlled and logical manner, the company says. The new tread pattern offers stable bare-road handling, a comfortably silent ride and rolls lighter than previous Hakkapeliitta generations resulting in improved fuel economy.

“As we’ve seen during the past few months, the snow and ice of winter results in dangerous driving conditions on the roads,” says Tommi Heinonen, president of Nokian Tyres North America. “Leveraging 80 years and millions of miles driven on Hakkapeliittas, our team developed the safest, most comfortable winter tire that we can’t wait to bring to drivers throughout North America.”

All about the studs

Nokian spent four years and countless miles of testing developing its newest flagship product, and it was fine-tuned to master extreme conditions at the tire maker’s White Hell testing center located north of the Arctic Circle in Ivalo, Finland.

“One of our starting points was to develop a completely new studded tire that combines balanced longitudinal and lateral grip with eco-friendliness,” says Juha Pirhonen, vice president of research and development for Nokian. “Unique to the Hakkapeliitta 9, the new stud technology features a dedicated, tailored stud for the center of the tread and a separate stud for the shoulder areas.”
The studs in the center area maximize longitudinal grip during acceleration and braking; and the tire is supported by the shape of the studs’ body, lower flange and hard metal center. The longitudinally wide hard metal pin on the center studs offers a maximum grip surface for the best possible longitudinal grip.
“The upper part of the stud body is bevelled, which allows the stud to penetrate even deeper into the ice than before; this further improves braking grip and lateral grip,” says Pirhonen.

The shoulder studs have been designed to provide lateral grip, which is especially important when cornering on slippery surfaces. The stud body and flange are different from the center studs, and the triaxial hard metal pin has been designed to withstand lateral forces. When cornering, the studs will encounter maximal surface-area, which improves lateral grip. This technical innovation offers improved, precise handling under slippery conditions, the company says.

In an effort to produce safer, more eco-friendly tires, Nokian developed the Eco Stud 9 concept for use in the Hakkapeliitta 9. The Eco Stud 9 concept is incorporated into both the center rib and shoulder studs to reduce road wear and ensure a quiet ride. The technology consists of an Eco Stud cushion to dampen road contact, an air space in the middle of the lower flange for reduced stud impact and bevelled hard metal tips to distribute the stud’s impact force across a wider area.

Designed for all road conditions

In addition to its ice grip, the Nokian Hakkapeliitta 9 performs on snowy and dry roads. The tread pattern is heavily grooved with self-locking 3D sipes allowing the tire to respond quickly and sensitively to steering for improved handling. The self-locking sipes lock the tread blocks firmly together on road contact, which results in fluent driving during cornering and evasions.

Dense siping combined with snow grip boosters on both sides of the middle blocks in the center of the tread provides more sharp edges for improved snow grip in both the longitudinal and lateral directions. The aggressive deep snow boosters on the shoulder areas provide additional grip when driving in deep snow.
The Hakkapeliitta 9 features a new type of eco-friendly winter tread compound, which contains silica and canola oil for improved tear resistance, natural rubber and the new Green Elasto Proof biomaterial that keeps the compound elastic at low temperatures. Nokian says the compound’s chemical bonds provide a sturdy grip year after year, even as the miles add up.
Because a large amount of winter driving takes place on bare roads, Nokian fitted the Hakkapeliitta 9 with its stability support network tread pattern, where the tread support network is rigid and unified at the bottom of the pattern getting more grooves and sipes where the rubber meets the road.

The strong ultra high tensile steel belt structure makes the structure light but hard, providing precise handling even at higher speeds. The sturdy structure also helps prevent punctures and the new special clinch rubber compound in the bead area improves driving comfort and durability.

The Hakkapeliitta 9 also features Nokian’s driving safety indicator to indicate remaining tread, and the snowflake symbol or winter safety indicator to indicate when it is recommended to replace tires.

Sizing and specifications

The Hakkapeliitta 9 is designed for passenger vehicles, and covers 52 sizes from 14 to 20 inches. Most are marked XL for the highest possible load capacity in that particular size.

The Hakkapeliitta 9 SUV comes in 51 sizes from 16 to 21 inches and features the aramid sidewall technology, which uses aramid fibre, to optimize durability. The selection also offers several products that employ Flat Run technology or that are marked XL for the highest possible load capacity.

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Hankook Winter Tire Wins International Design Award

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Hankook Tire Co. Ltd. has won a Good Design Award for its new Winter i*cept iZ2 A tire. The tire is sold in the U.S. as Winter i*cept iZ2.

The model name Winter i*cept iZ2 A is used for products sold in Korea, China and Japan, according to Hankook.

The Winter i*cept iZ2 A was recognized as a winner at the Good Design Award Japan 2016 in the category of Transportation Equipment and Facilities.

Released in September 2016, the Winter i*cept iZ2 A is highly acclaimed for its innovative design that provides optimal performance and safe driving on various road surfaces in winter, according to Hankook.

The tire’s specialized pattern designs such as sharp block edges and a spiral 3D structure of tread block improve the winter driving experience. The coexistence of two design types, symmetric and asymmetric, allows the tire to perform in snowy and wet road conditions. The company says the differentiated design comes from global top tier technology.

It is the third time during 2016 that Hankook Tire has been recognized by major international design awards for its innovative product design. The company received the iF Design Award in February, Red Dot in March and July.

The Good Design Award has been a comprehensive design evaluation and commendation system in Japan since it was established in 1957. Core criteria for evaluation include innovativeness and practicality.

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Consumer Reports Positive for All-Weather Tires

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Consumer Reports has ranked the new Toyo Celsius, a variable-conditions tire ideal for snow but worn year-round, and the Nokian WR G3, a similar all-season/winter tire hybrid, above some winter tires.

During Consumer Reports testing, both tires performed similarly and were found to offer good winter traction, good stopping grip on dry roads and confident handling, placing them in the upper half of Consumer Reports’ winter/snow tire ratings chart. Toyo and Nokian’s winter tires, however, outperformed both all-weather tires.

Both tires received an overall score of 64, the same score as some winter tires such as Continental’s Winter Contact SI and the Cooper’s Weather Master WSC, but were placed below Consumer Reports’ top rated winter tires, Michelin’s XIce XI3, Nokian’s Hakkapeliitta and Bridgestone’s Blizzak WS80.
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Pro Comp Tire TO Release New All Terrain LT Tire

Pro Comp Tire has introduced a new all-terrain light truck tire – the Pro Comp A/T Sport.

The A/T Sport features an optimized all-terrain compound, sweeping groove technology, staggered design and side holder lugs, as well as multi-pitch variation.

The tire will be available in 25 sizes starting in January.
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Recappers Add Line of Winter Tires

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Tire Recappers of Nashville Inc. has added the CM&S 2 line of winter tires to its collection of tire retreads.

“Tire Recappers is thrilled to announce our new line of winter tires,” says Lee Ford, vice president. “The CM&S 2 is a high void tread design with increased siping that is also studdable.”

Currently, the CM&S 2 is available in two sizes: P225/65R17 and P205/55R16. The company plans to add the following sizes:

* P225/55R17;

* P225/50R17;

* P215/55R17;

* P215/50R17; and

* P235/65R17.

Drivers and fleet managers who choose retread tires save an average of 30 to 50% off the new tire price, according to the company. In addition, tire retreads protect the environment by conserving millions of gallons of oil each year.

Tire Recappers is a family owned and operated business founded in 1960. The company says each tire goes through a strict inspection process to guarantee the best possible quality.

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Hankook Builds New Tire Test Facility

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Hankook Tire Co. is setting up its own European winter tire testing facility in Ivalo, Finland.
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The tiremaker recently signed a contract with the Finnish tire testing company Test World Oy to build the testing facility next to the company’s testing area Mellatracks. Preparations for construction began immediately after signing the agreement, and the test facility is expected to be operational starting December 2016, Hankook said.

Hankook designated proving ground will incorporate new test tracks for different test situations. The testing center will be built with state-of-the-art workshop facilities, as well as offices, meeting and social rooms, the tiremaker said.

“Hankook Tire constantly invests to enhance its competitiveness in the global market. With our improved technological capability and production facility based on our technology leadership management, Hankook Tire will acquire more robust, more advanced R&D capabilities to become a global top-tier tire brand,” said Seung Hwa Suh, vice chairman and CEO of Hankook Tire. “The new proving ground in Ivalo where various winter tests will be made shall boost effectiveness of our winter tires to provide maximum satisfaction to our customers.”


Hankook is investing in a Finnish proving ground as there are increasingly varying conditions and the uncertain winter in more southerly Scandinavian or Alpine areas these days, Hankook said. Ivalo’s location offers very stable and long winter conditions which extends the time available for testing.

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Despite Winter Driving Fears, Many Consumers Don’t Run Winter Tires

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Dec. 2, 2015) ― A recent survey of Americans’ driving habits over the winter holiday season indicates they’ll be driving a lot more — but only a quarter of drivers in Snowbelt states already have installed or plan to install winter tires.

The online survey, commissioned by Bridgestone Americas and fielded by Harris Poll in October, shows Americans log a combined national average of 25 billion miles on the road to visit family and spend a combined average of $52 billion on travel during the holiday season, based on a calculation from the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2010 census. But 26 percent of them are lacking in the winter tire department.

“Many Americans are traveling for the holidays, but most haven’t fully prepared their vehicles to take on challenging winter driving conditions,” according to Chris Welty, Bridgestone tire education specialist. “Winter tires are built specially to give drivers better grip, stopping power and more control in snow, slush and ice. The thin layer of water on the road from ice or melting snow can be very dangerous, and winter tires are designed to clear that icy water and grip the road.”

Although drivers will average about 147 miles on their way to visit family members during the holiday season, Nashville-based Bridgestone said “many Americans are troubled by the freezing temperatures and treacherous driving conditions that accompany the start of winter. Seventy-one percent of drivers admit they are nervous to drive when it’s icy, and many also are nervous to drive during heavy fog (52 percent), heavy rain (48 percent), sleet (47 percent) and snow (45 percent).”

According to the company’s survey, when Americans were asked what they dislike in general about the winter season, driving issues topped the list — specifically icy roads (59 percent) and other motorists who drive dangerously (55 percent). Other major dislikes include heating bills (47 percent), removing snow and ice from their vehicles (43 percent) and…wait for it…cold feet (38 percent).

“It’s clear from our survey findings that Americans are worried about driving in winter weather,” Mr. Welty said. “Making the switch to winter tires can help ensure that drivers feel confident in every winter driving condition — whether they are headed to Grandma’s house this holiday or sticking closer to home. The holiday season can be stressful, but hitting the road in winter weather doesn’t have to be.”

Bridgestone said the survey also found that most of those who currently own a vehicle (74 percent) prepare for winter by checking tire pressure (48 percent), windshield wipers (46 percent) or fluid levels (45 percent).

The tire maker suggested that in preparing a vehicle for winter weather, drivers observe the “four B’s” — battery, brakes, blades and, of course, Bridgestone’s own Blizzak winter tires.

The survey was conducted online within the U.S. by Harris Poll on behalf of Bridgestone from Oct. 14-16 among 2,072 adults ages 18 and older. Bridgestone noted that the survey is not based on a probability sample and therefore no estimate of sampling error can be calculated.

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