Question about 2001 Toyota Corolla
I have had 2 Toyota Corollas with 4 sets of tires, and yet every time I try to enter a highway on wet or snowy pavement the wheels spin for about 10-25 seconds, so I have to wait until there is no traffic and then ease into the road at about 5 mph to avoid this. I spoke with several other Corolla owners who have the same problem. Is there anything that can be done to avoid this?
Do you have winters on? Check how much tread is left on your tires or get somebody at a tire shop to check. My old car would do that and it was because I had barely any tread left on my tires. I just bought an older corolla and haven't had any problems with traction yet. I think it has fairly new blizzak winters on it.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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If we are talking about the North American region then I believe it's the Eighth generation Toyota Corolla (1998 - 2001).
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