Continental Tire said it is taking UHP all-season to a whole new level with the ExtremeContact DWS, tuned for dry, wet and snow. The DWS is slated to outperform when it comes to dry and wet conditions in both handling braking, tread life, snow traction, noise, ride comfort and fuel efficiency. Continental is backing the new tire with a 50,000-mile treadlife warranty, a 60-day customer satisfaction ride guarantee and a manufacturer’s workmanship limited warranty for 72 months with free replacement up to 12 months and road hazard coverage for 12 months. The ExtremeContact DWS will include 89 sizes from 16- to 24-inch diameters, according to the company.
Jeep 60 PSI Tire Pressure Gauge Available from AutoMeter
NRS Brakes Releases Brake Pads for Tesla 3
Clore Automotive Has New Model of Light-N-Carry Torch Light
Gaither Tool Develops 'World's Safest Jack'