Only using tires that are in good condition can make a difference in how your vehicle performs on the road. Using the right kind of tires can make it easier for your vehicle to maneuver through all sorts of roads and highways. A big concern of many drivers is which tire is better: summer tires or all-season tires. Some drivers feel that since they are all-season tires, they’re good for all seasons. That’s not always the case. While they both have their benefits, they each perform better under certain conditions.

All-season tires do not perform as well as summer tires on wet roads. They also are not as good in ice and snow-covered roads because the traction is not as good. Summer tires, despite their name, perform better in the winter. All-season tires are ideal in dry conditions, climates with no or little snow, and temperatures at least 45 degrees.

 

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