i want the best tire for bad conditions
What is a "bad condition"? Rain, poor road construction, what?
If the road sucks, then there is no specific answer to your question. Tires
are built on the assumption that the road is built well and maintained
If the bad condition is rain or snow, then the answer changes depending on
the condition. I suggest you visit tries.com, or tirerack.com (better) and
read the reviews for tires sizes that come up for your car and the
conditions you encounter. Tirerack has the manufacturer's hype of the tire,
and they list up the user expereince too. While user comments are not
scientificly formulated, they are also not marketing crapola. Between the
user experience and the marketing hype, you should find the answer to your
Dirt, gravel, potholes, broken concrete, rain, snow, sleet, black ice?
You've still got to specify what "bad conditions" means.
I'm guessing some sort of relatively tall all-seasons, like a Michelin
HydroEdge or Goodyear ResponsEdge.
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