Winter Tires vs. All-Season Tires

If you’ve ever asked yourself any of the following questions:

– Do I really need to spend money on a set of winter tires?

– My all-season tires are good enough for winter, right?

– Can I use my winter tires all year round?

We can help. Check out our new winter tires vs. all-season tires infographic, and find out if you need winter tires and why winter tires excel in tough weather conditions.

Good for year-round use Safe for driving in light snow Safe for driving in temperatures under 45° F Enhanced acceleration, handling, and braking on snow and ice Specifically built for winter conditions (cold temps, snow, ice, slush) Tread compound stays pliable in cold conditions, for dependable winter traction Aggressive tread patterns and biting edges for strong grip on snow and ice


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8 thoughts

  1. Can use for all season or only for winter? My 2013 GMC Terrain really need new tires before winter. Thread isn’t good
    Have good one!

  2. I use a dedicated winter tire for 45 and under degree. I use it til the average weather is 50 or higher. Then i switch to my summer tires. I drove a 08 mazdaspeed 3.

    Wintermax tires for winter and hankook rs3 for summer.

    I used all seasons one winter and got stuck 5 times, when i switch i did not get stuck again!

    If you have the space get a winter set and summer set of tires you will not be disappointed and they will last many years with rotations and swapping for winter and summer weather.

  3. Nobody I know uses winter tires & we all get around just fine in anything less than 5 or 6 inches of snow, I’ve lived in Iowa most of my life & now live in Ohio. As long as tires aren’t old or low on tread, driving carefully & slowing down in poor conditions has always been good enough for everyone I know

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