Do Jeep Wranglers drive well in snow?
One of the many reasons why Jeep Wranglers are an exceptional vehicle to drive during the winter is their impressive four-wheel drive capabilities. By providing power from the drivetrain to all four wheels, your vehicle will have more traction.
Are snow rated tires worth it?
Think again. Tests conducted by Canada’s Traffic Injury Research Foundation showed that winter tires provide superior traction, braking, and cornering in all cold-weather driving conditions compared to an all-season tire. We’re talking better traction whether the road surface is snow-covered, icy, wet, or even dry.
How Much Should 4 snow tires cost?
Costs vary by brand, but, without discounts, you can expect car snow tires to run about $150 each and SUV/truck snow tires to go for about $200 each. For a car, that’s $600 for a full set; $750 if you decide to get a spare. For SUVs and trucks, that’s at least $800 for a full set; $1,000 if you opt for the spare.