Steel wheels are part of the other wheel category found on the market. Even if they are much less attractive and practical, they are suitable for certain drivers' needs.
Mainly used in winter, the fact that they are all tailor-made for your vehicle solves the problem of installation. All vehicles (except sport vehicles) have their steel wheel centered on the heart and only accept the original nuts.
The steel wheels are much more affordable wheels, which explains why they are more common in winter. Winter conditions tend to be very harsh on the finishes of the wheels, especially on machined and chrome facades. It might be less painful to see your old black steel wheels get rusty than your new stylish and expensive alloy wheels!
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