Safety is of the utmost importance to Mercedes-Benz, which is why they recommend switching to Cold Weather Tyres for winter. These tyres are much more suitable for wet, icy and snowy roads during the long and often harsh UK winter.
The statistics for these tyres suggest that they improve safety and are a cost-effective option. Cold Weather Tyres remain supple at low temperatures to give you more and better control in bad weather conditions. Using these tyres can also reduce braking distances dramatically, by 10 percent on wet roads, 15 percent on icy roads and as much as 50 percent on snow-covered surfaces. What’s more, Cold Weather Tyres offer 20 percent better wear in winter, making them last much longer.
The arguments for switching your tyres seasonally are compelling. If you would like more information, please complete the online enquiry form and we will get back to you as soon as we can. Alternatively, please call us to speak to a member of our friendly and helpful team directly.
Get a grip this winter with Mercedes-Benz Winter Tyres and Wheels.
Winter conditions can make driving hazardous, so now’s the time to think about how you should prepare. One of the best ways to keep safe in the rain, snow and ice is by switching to genuine Winter Tyres and Wheels.
Generally, tyres are made from a rubber compound that starts to harden at less than +7 °C. Winter tyres, on the other hand, are made from a special natural rubber compound that remains soft and more elastic. This helps them grip the road better at low temperatures. Another advantage is that they have a clever system of wide grooves, designed to give you additional traction in snowy and wet conditions.
Choosing the perfect Winter Wheel for your Mercedes-Benz.
Whatever model of Mercedes-Benz you drive there’s a genuine Cold Weather Wheel tailored to fit precisely. You can choose from a range of stunning designs to add that individual touch. And of course, whichever you decide on, you’ll have the peace of mind that it’s tried-and tested Mercedes-Benz quality.
EU Tyre labelling helps you choose.
Look out for the EU tyre label, which will help you choose how fuel-efficient, safe and quiet-running your tyres will be. The label has appeared on all new tyres since 2012 and shows simple icons that represent:
• Rolling resistance: Less resistance means greater fuel efficiency (resulting in fewer CO2 emissions)
• Wet grip: A better grip in the wet shortens the stopping distance, which means greater safety
• External rolling noise: The more black sound waves shown, the greater the noise the tyre makes
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