Join Date: Jan 2011
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I have driven in Michigan during snow season. Michigan does not clean the roads the same as the "entire" Chicago area that includes suburbs within approx 75 mile radius. On Michigan highways I frequently see cars in ditches along the sides of the roads. Chicago area is loaded with salt. Michigan does not use much salt.
My experience with Michigan is from Chicago to Muskegon and out to Detroit area.
I agree with Arctic Driver. You should have two sets of tires mounted on wheels.
The tire you select depends on the snow removal in your area, and what roads you are driving on.
One size doesn't fit all seasons. I have a highway tire because that is where I drive the most.
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