Which Is Better: 4WD or AWD? – Outside Magazine

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Which Is Better: 4WD or AWD? – Outside Magazine
Which Is Better: 4WD or AWD?
Outside Magazine
In most vehicles, drivers can turn 4WD on and off, locking the front axle to the drivetrain to spin all four wheels simultaneously. Historically, 4WD … This also makes the truck easier to steer since there’s no torque going to the front wheels. You
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The technology behind the Tesla crash, explained – Washington Post

Washington Post
The technology behind the Tesla crash, explained
Washington Post
Most important, the autopilot has digital control over some of the most basic parts of the car, such as the brakes and steering wheel. … As a result, the Model S never slowed down, punching through the gap between the truck’s wheels and getting crushed.
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truck tires – BingNews
Michelin Offers Durable Drive Tire for Medium-Duty
Michelin Americas Truck Tires has introduced a new drive-position retread designed for longer wear life, durability and traction called the Michelin MD XDN 2 Pre-Mold retread. The tire is made for regional, medium-duty vehicles with 19.5-inch tires and has …
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Shop Smart: Finding the right tires for your car and budget – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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Shop Smart: Finding the right tires for your car and budget
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
All-Season Tires: A common fitment on many new cars and trucks, traditional all-season tires offer a good blend of all-weather grip, secure handling, a smooth ride and long tread life. All tested models in this class were T-speed rated (118 mph). These
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Truck driver invents new tires that let you drive sideways – CNBC (subscription)

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Truck driver invents new tires that let you drive sideways
CNBC (subscription)
A Canadian truck driver may have solved your problems. New technology debuted in a video by London, Ontario-based commercial driver William Liddiard shows his Toyota Echo gliding sideways thanks to omnidirectional tires that can roll inward upon …and more »

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