What's the Difference Between All-Season Tires and Summer Tires?

After you have owned a vehicle for a number of years, it might be time to replace the current set of tires that you have. When the tread starts to wear down or you notice some cracking on the side of the tires, this can indicate that you might not be as safe on the road as you should be. You'll need to decide what type of tire you want to buy before you make the investment. The two main types are summer tires and all-season tires.

Summer tires tend to look nicer on a vehicle thanks to their lower tread. The problem is, summer tires aren't going to be the safest option if you are living in a colder climate where snow and ice are often an issue. An all-season tire will be a one-time purchase that can be used all year.

 

 

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