Summer Tires and All-Season Tires Compared and Contrasted

When you are out driving the streets, you want to get the best traction possible. You also want tires that wear well. Summer tires and all-season tires are both options. Each type has its advantages and disadvantages.

Summer tires are made of a sticky substance that allows for better traction. These tires are very good at channeling away the water on the roadway to prevent hydroplaning. In the very cold weather, summer tires get hard, and they don't provide very good traction. If you live in an area where there is a lot of snow in the winter, an all-season tire will provide superior traction so that you aren't slipping when there is two or three inches of snow on the road.

When you need new tires, or your vehicle needs its regularly scheduled maintenance, come to Page Honda Bloomfield. The service department is able to perform a wide variety of services.



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