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How To Add Traction On Tires And Surfaces

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How To Increase Traction On Tires

The Winter season requires several preparations in advance to sustain the severe snowstorms and weather. You may be preparing well by getting your fireplace checked & serviced, taking out warm clothes, and tools to remove snow from your driveway. Some major challenges of the season are to figure out how to walk on ice without falling and how to prevent your cars from skidding on ice. Both of these are serious considerations, and neglecting them may lead to unfortunate accidents causing serious injuries.

Ice is slippery because it always has a thin layer of free water at the surface of the ice. As we move across the ice layer, the slipping on this free water starts the slipping process. This melting occurs beneath the moving object’s contact point with the ice due to the weight of the object. 

Now let’s see how we can add traction on tires and surfaces for safe commuting in winters.

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