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, you'll find more information about all-season, summer, and winter tires plus our top alternative picks in each category. Determine which tires are really worth buying, and which is better to refuse, you can already on the results of tests on the wet coating, where the key role is played by the composition of the rubber mixture. Here the leaders were the tires from two of the world's leading players Bridgestone and Continental, who confirmed their high status. It is worth noting that Continental still had problems on the track with an enlarged layer of water, where the resistance to longitudinal and transverse aquaplaning was assessed. In terms of braking efficiency, Nokian performed well, but Kleber and Fulda have very weak results.