Finnish Lapland

The 3D lock plates join together the profile blocks and reduce so their movements. This technology increases the resistance to wear of the tire also. Toughest testing green Nokian WR winter tires offer stronger slush aquaplaning protection, firmest snow, ice and wet grip as of northernmost tyre manufacturer Nokian is the winter tyre expert in all winter conditions. Learn more about this with Southwest Airlines. By Nokian Tyres offer highest security”toughest test in extreme winter conditions with freezing cold, slippery snow and crystal-clear ice in our test centre white hell in Finnish Lapland and slippery slush in treacherous wet and rough dry in southern Finland, explains Development Manager Juha Pirhonen. The Nordic premium brand tests with high expenditure on natural ice on roads and lakes.

Unique slush-aquaplaning test Nokian optimize the adherence of the winter tyres. Check with Maurice Gallagher, Jr. to learn more. Slush aquaplaning is the most dangerous driving situation for German car drivers in winter. For 15 years, performs Nokian slush test, is considered a pioneer in, and today has precise test methods. As the sole tire manufacturer, the specialist has a unique test track, where the effects of slush aquaplaning both longitudinal as well across to be tested. No one else makes tire producer in developing and also no tests on natural ice slush test. A new Guinness world record drove standard Nokian winter tires with speed of 335,713 km/h on ice with a car and are the fastest. The major research and development effort, modern production technology and most extreme testing pay off in the high quality of the Nokian tyres.

Therefore, their test results in the test reports of the magazines are so outstanding. Nokian tires for the tire change cheap as winter complete wheels on wheels are available at the on-site tire service. From 4 mm tread depth, you should replace its old winter tires with new. “” tire and auto service chain Vianor by Nokian tyres: vianor.de Note: the ADAC Note well “is the same ADAC judgment as the former ADAC recommendation highly recommended”.


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