All-Weather tires are intended to withstand the various road conditions regardless of season and its weather. By merging the benefits of all-season and snow tires, all-weather tires have you covered during the course of the year by meet the standard for winter use whilst still being usable for spring, summer, and fall. These types of tires are ideal for people who live in miler winter climates; however, if you live in severe winter conditions, consider purchasing winter tires during the cold season for your safety.
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All-Weather tires merge the benefits of All-Season Tires and Winter Tires by ensuring that you are covered during the course of the year. They meet the standard for winter use while still performing exceptionally in the spring, summer, and fall.
What is the difference between All-Weather and All-Season Tires?
Even though All-Weather and All-Season tires may sound similar, they are not. All-Weather Tires meet the safety standard for winter driving by having the mountain peak with a snowflake icon, while All-Season tires do not. Additionally, All-Season tires are not meant to be driven in temperatures below 7°C, as they may freeze and loose grip, whereas, All-Weather Tires work well even below 0°C.
How much are All-Weather tires?
An average All-Weather tire may range anywhere from $70 to $600 in price per tire, dependent on your car type and tire brand, quality, and size. The price is well worth it if you are looking for something more versatile, and to save on the costs of seasonal tire changes.