Nokian Campaign Promotes All-Weather Tires

Posted on October 15, 2019

Nokian Tyres plc is educating consumers about all-weather tires via a new campaign.

The web page associated with the campaign, which can be accessed here, “explains the difference between all-weather and all-season tires,” according to Nokian officials.

“All-weather tires carry the severe service emblem, which indicates they meet the necessary standards to be certified in winter weather,” say Nokian officials. “The symbol, known as the three-peak mountain snowflake, means the tires are legal for winter driving in places that require winter tires during that season.”

The campaign "is part of Nokian Tyres' quest to continue its growth in North America."

Related Topics: all-weather tires, Nokian Tyres plc

Comments ( 2 )
  • TPZ

     | about 27 days ago

    I really like my Nokia WRG3 tires on my Subaru. They are much better than the OEM tires on the Outback. Fairly quite and good mpg. Great in all conditions and wearing fairly well.

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