Which Tires are Right for Your Driving Habits?

There are several distinct differences between summer and all-weather tires that make them better for certain driving conditions. High-performance cars tend to be equipped with the stiffer summer tires that provide improved braking, acceleration, and cornering, while passenger cars and SUVs tend to have all-weather tires that are durable and functional in many weather conditions.

Summer tires are optimized for maximum performance in the heat. Unfortunately, they struggle in temperatures under 44 degrees and can be dangerous in snowy or icy conditions. The deeper and symmetric tread pattern of all-weather tires allows them to be rotated into all of the different positions on a car, extending their functional lifetime.

To learn more about the advantages of different types of tires, visit Patterson Honda today. We're ready to answer any of your questions about your options.

 

 

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