Has anyone tried a set of the Good Year Wrangler Silent Armor Tires? If so what the cons and pros? I keep on hearing mixed reviews for these tires. GoodYear dealershop highly recommends them.I'll be driving in all weather conditions. I have a ford ranger that I've been thinking about putting them on. How do they handle in snow/ice/slush, wet and ect?
Like the others said, the fake glasses frames probably won't accept real eyeglass lenses, but she could try looking at some of the on-line eyeglasses sites and see if they have the kind of frames she is looking for. If she can find the frames, she could either order the empty frames and have her local eyeglass shop put the lenses in, or if she has a copy of her prescription she could have the on-line place fit the lenses.
TCS Traction Control System. I find that traction control is most useful on wet streets. It is much more useful to have studded tires and/or tire chains during heavy winters - and of course, to practice defensive driving. If you plan to just leave a set of all-season tires on the car, though, and you tend to drive aggressively, then traction control is an excellent idea to have.