Several times on damp (not wet, just damp) roads the back end of my 1996 Mazda Miata broke free on curves on asphalt roads. I should have dumped them then, but alas, I didn't. Last week on damp roads on a freeway entrance ramp the rear tires lost all traction and the car did a 360, slammed into the curb, bending a wheel and blowing out the tire, and, going only 10 mph with still absolutely no grip on the road, rebounded, crossed the ramp, and kissed the guardrail with its nose. I was going only about 30 mph at the beginning of the slide and the tires never grabbed the road again. I have ordered new tires and am not driving the car until they arrive so I can have them mounted. My advice: avoid these tires at all cost!
Northern New Jersey