Strangely, Victoria got snow in the middle of February! I took my car out for a drive, and here are my thoughts on the Nokian WRG3 All-weather tires.
They perform very well, IMO. Of course, you still need to go slow in the snow, but at the same time, it definitely helped the Accord stay on the path. If you push the throttle too hard, then VSA will kick in, but if you feather the throttle just right, the tires work very well. I had made some turns, and there are times where I can feel some good grip from the tires. There is one turn where the rear spun out a little(a bit of a fast turn on my part), but it quickly corrected itself. The tires are very clear, and there is no snow stuck in the tires, which is fantastic.
Of course, I would feel better if I have snow tires, but since we don't get muh snow in general, all-weather is a good option.
(Yeah, I wrote this on my phone. Wow.)
My first car!
2008 Honda Accord Coupé EX-L V6 w/Navi 5AT PMM
Mods and such things:
AFE Pro Dry S drop-in filter
HFP body kit
RGR-16D HFP Alloy Wheels
i-VTEC & 3.5 stickers
High and Low beams - Philips CrystalVision Ultra
Front turn signals - HV 6000K white/amber switchback
Rear lights - Philips Vision LEDs
Crosstour shift knob
OEM footwell lights
1999 Toyota Corolla CE 5MT
And a manual DD I will reveal later... ;)