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America's largest 'personal shoe shopper' for your vehicle conducts Passenger and Standard Touring All-Season comparison test for drivers looking for a longer tread life, smooth ride and good traction in dry, wet and wintry weather.
SOUTH BEND, Ind., Aug. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- TireRack.com, America's largest independent tire tester and consumer-direct source for tires, wheels and performance accessories, released the third set of results from its 19th annual tire testing season. This Passenger and Standard Touring All-Season tire (developed for passenger coupes, sedans, minivans and crossover vehicles) comparison is especially designed to show that there is a selection of new standard replacement options available for consumers that can be much more than "basic," thanks to a growing number of new tire designs available for drivers in search of a long tread life, smooth ride and good traction in dry, wet and wintry weather.
For this test, results conclude that all four tires in this test drove and performed well with Continental's latest Standard Touring All-Season tire, the True Contact with EcoPlus Technology, providing an edge over the competition in fuel efficiency, plus both dry and wet traction. Full test results can be accessed for free by consumers at www.tirerack.com/truecontactresults.
To find out how Continental's True Contact performs, TireRack.com split the test into two components. First, experts at TireRack.com conducted a 6.0-mile Real World Road Ride followed by a Performance Test Track Drive at its state-of-the-art, 11.7-acre test facility using its BMW 3-Series test car, and compared it to the top three performers in the category: Firestone's Precision Touring, Goodyear's Assurance TripleTred All-Season and the Michelin Defender. The short video of results can be seen at www.tirerack.com/truecontactvideo.
TireRack.com's experts drive on 35-40 different tires every test season (May to September), putting them through a battery of track and road tests that evaluate real-world and performance capabilities at the limits in both wet and dry conditions. For more information on TireRack.com's testing format, past results and for a wealth of free consumer tire safety information and data based on how you drive, where you drive and what you drive, visit www.TireRack.com.
About Tire Rack
Tire Rack, family-owned and headquartered in South Bend, Indiana, is America's largest independent tire tester and consumer-direct source for tires, wheels and performance accessories. Their team of over 100 test drivers (their sales team) tests tires from every major tire manufacturer on the company's state-of-the-art, 11.7-acre test facility. The findings are then posted on the company's website, www.tirerack.com, where consumers can make an educated decision on a tire, wheel or performance accessory purchase.
Tire Rack has also collected results from nearly 150,000 consumer surveys representing over 2.4 billion miles of real-world tire data, the largest known cache of such information anywhere. In addition, various testing and informational videos are available online in their Video Center at www.tirerack.com/videos. Since 1979, Tire Rack has grown from a single-point retail store in Indianapolis to encompass over 2.2 million square feet of space in seven distribution centers across the country. A diverse and broad in-stock inventory from 20 major tire and 55 wheel brands can be delivered anywhere in the country, most in one business day. A national network of over 8,000 independent Recommended Installers is available to assist customers with installation of their purchases.
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