While the name may suggest so, all-season tires are not the best types of tires to drive on during the winter. In order to create all-season tires, a lot of compromise has been made. For one thing, the advantages for the summer and the advantages for the winter have been compromised.

The all-season is not going to have the grip of a summer tire or a winter tire. However, they are the best for people who live in areas that are moderate all-year long. This means that it does not get extremely hot or cold during the year.

With winter tires, a lot of work has gone into the design so that the tires can perform well in the extreme conditions of the winter. For instance, the rubber of the tires have been designed to remain flexible during the winter unlike the rubber of the summer tires.



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