1. Make sure your tires are in good condition before heading off on the road
Check that there is enough tread depth. All Nokian Tyres products have a Driving Safety Indicator on the center surface of the tire that will tell you how much tread remains. If you have studded tires, check the condition of the studs. More tips on tire wear ›
2. Check that you have the correct tire pressure
In cold weather, the inflation pressure on your tires needs to be higher than in warm weather. Other aspect to take into consideration is how heavy the load in your car is. During the holidays, you may be packing some extra stuff, which will make the car heavier than usual. Tire pressure checklist ›
3. Remember to reserve extra time and patience
Winter weather can change quickly. Everybody is in a hurry to get to where they’re going. So, remember to reserve some extra time, so that you can take it easy on the road and make it safely to your loved ones. Also remember that a fuel-efficient driving style can bring you savings in fuel costs. See our Season’s Greetings video for some holiday cheer!