[MUSIC PLAYING] New wheels can change the look and handling of your vehicle. But how do you choose which wheels are best for you? Don't worry. You got this.
When you decided to buy new wheels, was it for driving in winter or to change the look of your car? Steel wheels are great for most weather conditions. But for winter driving, they're ideal, as they are road salt and corrosion resistant. The most cost-effective wheel option, steel wheels have a simple industrial design. If you want your steel wheels to look more stylish, you can purchase wheel covers. These are inexpensive and easy to install and remove.
Alloy wheels are made of high quality aluminum because this metal is easier to cast and work with. Alloy wheels can be styled into a range of different looks to suit individual taste. There are two types of alloy wheels, all-weather winter and spring-summer. All-weather alloy wheels are designed for most weather conditions year round, including winter. They are fully painted and clear coated to make the aluminum more resistant to road salt.
Spring-summer alloy wheels feature exposed aluminum accents or chrome and attractive designs that give your vehicle a unique look. Because of the exposed metal, however, we don't recommend spring-summer alloy wheels for winter use. To find the wheel [? fitment ?] that's right for your vehicle, use our online wheel selector or visit the parts counter in store instead.
And speaking of tires, to save time and money, consider investing in a package of winter wheels and tires, and a package of wheels and tires for the other three seasons. This way, you won't have to have your wheels balanced every time you change tires for the season. With a new set of wheels, you can make a statement about your personal style, improve your driving experience, and save time and money. Don't worry. You got this.