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Of the world’s leading winter tyre specialist and inventor of the winter tyre of Nokian Tyres tests his tyres in extreme conditions on Scandinavian snow and ice the homeland of the Nokian Hakkapeliitta, of the most famous winter tire in the world, is the North. On Scandinavian snow and ice, the leading winter tyre specialist of the world of Nokian tyres from Finland his tyres in extreme conditions and at highest speeds tests for years. You can feel his great experience and good know-how in all its tires. Nokian tyres is the inventor of the winter tyre and 1934 brought the first winter tires on the market. Two years later, the Hakkapeliitta was born in the winter of the North and now celebrates its 75sten birthday.

Today, the world’s most famous winter tyre is a legend in all areas with snow and ice. Also the tires that are tailored to the milder German climate will benefit from the high level of competence in the development of the Hakkapeliitta specially: the new Nokian WR D3, and A3. The Nokian WR winter tires is the test winner in a winter tire test 2011 sports car with highly recommended in the White hell in Ivalo, 300 kilometres north of the Arctic circle. Nokian tyres is the only tire manufacturers in the world, which focuses on the needs of customers in the conditions of the North and designed products for them. Tires for the tire change cheap as winter complete wheels on wheels are available at the on-site tire service. Nokian Tyres GmbH phone: 0911/52 755 0 fax: 0911/52 755 29 E-Mail: Neuwieder Strasse 14 90411 Nuremberg photos Nokian photo 265 caption: Nokian Hakkapeliitta, the most famous winter tires in the world, now celebrates its 75sten birthday photo: Nokian Tyres editorial: Dr. Falk Kohler photos downloads: HKPL75 video and more info: hakkapeliitta75 video link winter tyre specialist Nokian tyres of leading the world as a leading winter tyre specialist of the world and the only tyre manufacturer Nokian Tyres focus on products and services, which facilitate the people safe driving under Nordic conditions.