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Common theory questions

Can the braking distance become longer on certain road surfaces when using winter tyres?

Yes, on dry and warm asphalt, braking distances become much greater with both studded and non-studded winter tyres than with summer tyres.

Accident statistics show that drivers who have used non-studded winter tyres are over-represented in fatal accidents when summer road conditions apply.