According to Fenske, no rubber protectors improves braking handling and dynamics.
In certain circumstances, the tyres are “owned” are better than new. Exactly how worn out tires can prevent accidents, clearly showed the auto Jason Fenske on your YouTube channel Engineering Explained.
According to experts, old tires due to the “smooth” tread better traction with the asphalt, since the road surface contacts a large area of rubber.
Thus a car with worn tires increased suspension and handling. Fenske warns that his theory only works on dry roads.
But on wet roads without the rubber protectors glides that can, conversely, increase the risk of accidents or other incidents.