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Almost every motorist faces the problem of tire storage. When the season changes, colds are replaced by a thaw, or vice versa, the question inevitably arises of what to do so that your set of winter (or summer) tires, which has served you faithfully for the last six months, does not lose its qualities when the thermometer needle shows the temperature at which should you care about changing wheels?

Of course, this issue is relevant only if the rubber set has retained its operational characteristics and, accordingly, does not need to be replaced. If, for example, your studded tires managed to lose a critical amount of their spikes during operation, then you should seriously consider buying a new kit. …

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