Choosing Between Summer and All-Weather Tires

If you often drive in warm and wet conditions, summer tires may be a better option for you than all-weather ones. Summer tires often provide better performance and are found on sports cars, luxury SUVS, and everyday cars. All-weather tires are more frequently put on passenger cars, SUVs, CUVs, and light trucks.

Summer tires may produce better braking and corners because of the stiffer rubber, but they also are generally replaced after 50,000 miles while all-weather tires can last up to 80,000 miles depending on driving conditions. The asymmetrical tread pattern on summer tires also decreases your options for tire rotation in order to extend the useful life of a set.

To explore your options for tires for your car in Topeka, Kansas, visit the Sharp Honda dealership today. We'll answer any of your questions and help you make an informed decision.

 

 

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