Announces New Cooper Tire Line to Website

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With the latest addition of the Cooper Weather Master S/T2 tire line to their website, the online retailer aims to provide a few winter driving tips along with new information about the line.

Cooper Weather-Master S/T2 Tires
The Weather Master is a stud able winter passenger tire designed for excellent traction in snow and ice.

There are areas of the country that are currently in the heart of the winter season and it's more important than ever to make sure people are prepared when they travel in their vehicle. Online tire retailer, has offered some tips for winter drivers with the new addition of a Cooper tire line known as the Weather Master S/T2.

Driving cautiously is most important. Making sure there is plenty of braking distance between vehicles is important because of the extend time it takes to stop in snowy and icy conditions. With that said, the retailer encourages consumers to examine their tires before they go out on the road. Check for a tread depth of 2/32 or greater and check for signs of uneven wear.

If purchasing winter tires, the retailer recommends replacing all four tires at the same time. Because winter tires grip differently than summer or all-season tires, people want to ensure they receive the maximum benefit of their winter tires.

The retailer recently added the Cooper Weather Master S/T2 as a premium winter tire line to their website. The Weather Master is a stud-able winter passenger tire designed for excellent traction in snow and ice. The tread pattern helps to balance traction while providing a smooth, quiet ride.

The tire also comes equipped with “snow grooves” designed to enhance the retention of snow in the outer areas of the tire to increase traction. The tire also incorporates an intricate sipe pattern that further enhances performance.

The retailer explains that following safe driving practices and equipping a vehicle with four winter tires, will help drivers navigate even the worse winter conditions.

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