Key Differences Between Summer and All-Weather Tires

From rubber compound to tread pattern, there are many differences between a durable all-weather tire and a high-performance summer one. If you drive in consistently warm conditions, a summer tire might be your choice for year-round performance. If you're searching for a long lifetime and functionality in all weather conditions, an all-weather option might be better-suited for your vehicle.

All-season tires out perform summer tires in cold temperatures. They also tend to last longer, up to 80,000 miles instead of just 50,000. With symmetrical tread and deeper grooves, all-season tires can be rotated on a car, further extending their lives. The stiffer rubber of summer tires leads to improved performance in the heat and rain.

To see the different options available, visit our showroom. Hugh White Honda will get you set up with the right tires for your driving needs.

 

 

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