If you only drive occasionally in winter conditions such as snow or ice, MICHELIN CrossClimate tyres are made for you.
If you face regularly harsher weather conditions, the MICHELIN Alpin ranges take you where you want, safely.
Whatever your winter, Michelin is by your side.
I have recently change to the Cross Climate tyres and they have completely improved the handling of the car especially in very wet conditions.See more
Once you have had these fitted, you will not want anything else! Absolutely superb.See more
Pleasently surprised by the smooth ride after fitting Winter tyres to my car for the first time. Would thoroughly recommend Michelin Alpin 5 winter tyres.See more
Bought on the recommendation of my tyre dealer. Tyres look great and perform superbly. Hardly snowed but excellent wet weather grip. Felt like a 4x4!See more
* Average of consumers' opinions on MICHELIN Alpin ranges and MICHELIN CrossClimate tyre, published on 09/03/2016 on all Michelin European websites (information aggregated and collected on the website: www.michelin.co.uk and certified by bailiff).
When you are not a specialist, it can be hard to grasp the difference between winter or summer tyres. Let’s discover which one is better suited to your needs with this quick guide.
Tyres pressure is a very important component of a car’s safety. Read on to discover how to set the right pressure for your winter tyres.
Storing your winter tyres correctly is important to avoid causing any damage to them. Here are a few tips of best practices for winter tyres storage.
In Europe, each country has specific legal requirements concerning the use of winter tyres. Winter tyres are not legally required in the United Kingdom.