Siping Your Tires for Better Traction? Exploring the Pros and Cons


Tire siping is a process that involves making small, precise cuts in the tread of a tire to improve traction on wet, icy, or snowy surfaces. It’s named after John F. Sipe, who invented the process in the 1920s to reduce slippage on factory floors. Since then, siping has evolved into a popular method for enhancing traction on a variety of vehicles, from cars and trucks to motorcycles and...


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