All-weather tires are approved for winter use. This is because hold the “Three Peak Mountain Snowflake” emblem which signifies that they have passed required performance criteria in snow testing and are thereby considered severe snow service rated. This is in fact, the same emblem held by winter tires. All-weather tires have one great advantage over […]
Now when you face winter condition, it is not enough that you managed to change from all-season tires to winter tires, you also need to check that the winter tires are in good condition. Winter conditions are so challenging to drive in, that you definitely need to get the best performance from your car tires.
Studded tires are limited to winter use. This makes them less flexible than all-weather tires that are also rated for winter use. In fact, the all-weather tires hold the same “Three Peak Mountain Snowflake” emblem as winter tires, signifying that they have passed required performance criteria in snow testing, making them severe snow service rated.
Non-studded tires suffice in most winter conditions. This is not only due to the new innovations in tire manufacturing which allow non-studded tires to perform virtually the same as studded tires, but also due to the fact that only special conditions warrant the use of studded tires. In winter weather that doesn’t have lots of
Using the right tyres for the right season and weather conditions is important to achieve the best performance and safety while you drive. You have dedicated tyres that are each good for their respective season and then you have all-weather tyres that can manage both conditions and can be used all-year round if they are