If you can see your breath, It's time to switch to winter tires!!

When the temperature dips below 44 degrees, summer and all-season tires can start slipping even when roads are dry. Winter tires provide extra grip and control on any wintery road.

Freezing temperatures and Unpredictable winter weather
create unique road conditions- from slushy road buildup to dry frozen asphalt-
that your summer and all-season tires just aren't built to ideally handle. When
the temperature dips below 44 degrees , summer and all-season tires can start
slipping and sliding even when roads are dry. Winter tires are specially
designed with unique polymers and tread pattern elements to help provide extra
grip and control you need on any winter road. Winter weather can vary
dramatically from place to place and day to day-but with dedicated winter tires
your vehicle will always be ready to tackle the trickiest roads.

For about $1.47 a day-less than the cost of your morning
latte-you can have peace of mind knowing you are prepared for any winter road
condition. Plus,you'll extend the life of your summer or all-season tires by
switching to winter tires for the colder months. Give us a call and we can help
you choose the right winter tire for you. We currently have early bird special
pricing in addition to an instant $50.00 off a set of 4 Blizzaks if purchased
before November 15th.

Deerfield Tire Co.

120 N. Waukegan road

Deerfield Illinois 60015



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