Goodyear Eagle RSA's are horrible and dangerous in wet conditions

I am currently driving an Infiniti G37 with 5,000 miles and am considering trading the vehicle. The car is practically undriveable in any wet conditions due to tire spin and loss of traction even at low speeds. I attribute the problem primarily to the Goodyear tires and the car's stability control is unable to compensate for the loss of traction.

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Sep 03, 2017
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Couldn't agree more NEW
by: Dan

I also have these tires and have to agree that they are dangerous in wet conditions. They are mediocre in dry conditions, have little-to-no confidence when the roads are wet - especially with any kind of turns (have had numerous close calls of spinning out of control). Can't wait to replace them and may do so before they wear out.

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