Understanding the Difference Between Winter Tires and All-Season Tires

Taking the time to prepare for driving in winter weather is necessary, and we can be of assistance at Braddock Motors. Read this summary to determine if you need winter tires or all-season tires for the upcoming winter season.

All-season tires are suitable if you live in an area that has little snowfall, but if you live where there's heavy snow with icy roads, then it's best to have a set of winter tires mounted. Winter tires are unique because they have more biting edges and deeper tread for increased traction.

Be sure that you have a complete set of winter tires mounted because you increase your chances of skidding if only the front tires are changed. If you only have the rear tires changed, then it will cause the front tires to have less traction. This will make it challenging to steer if your vehicle starts to slide on ice.

 

 

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