Particularly this time of year, our suburban neighborhood is full of kids riding their bikes and scooters and playing basketball in the street. Aside from keeping my own little ones safe in the back seat, I’m hyper-vigilant of my surroundings and what’s going on around us. We bring the car in for regular inspections, and, having done our research, only use MICHELIN® Premier® LTX® tires. While brakes stop your wheels, it’s the tires that stop the car. These are built to withstand cold and rainy conditions, and I rest easy knowing that we’ve invested in the very best tires for our car, and our family.
Rain happens. And it rarely pays attention to our schedules. There are plenty of days when I have to hop on the highway to get to a birthday party or soccer practice two towns over. But our MICHELIN® Premier® Tires help keep us safe* and stable — even when the roads are slick. EverGrip wet-braking technology makes our tires best in class when it comes to stopping short on wet roads, even when they’re worn.
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Credit: Illustrations: Saskia Keultjes; Design: Rebecca Joy
*Safe refers to wet braking, wet handling and hydroplaning resistance when tires are new and worn to 5/32". All tires eventually wear out and should be replaced. Half-worn Premier® tires are safe because of EverGrip™ Technology which combines an evolving tread with a high traction compound for enhanced wet-braking capabilities. Based on internal wet braking tests from 50 MPH versus Goodyear® Assurance® CS TripleTred™ All-Season tire and Continental CrossContact™ LX20 tire in size 255/55R18 109H; using the MICHELIN® Premier® LTX® tire in size 255/55R18 109H buffed to 5/32" of tread. Actual on-road results may vary.