It will be a lot easier for you to drive in the snow and ice during the winter months if you have winter tires. However, it is time for you to switch back to the all-season tires during the winter months. Winter tires tend to steer more slowly than the all-season tires. That is why you will be more likely to crash. Winter tires also tend to wear out quickly during the summer months. The heat can cause the components of the tire to break apart.

It is not ideal for you to drive the winter tires on a warm, wet road. You can keep your tires for several years. However, if you do not switch out your winter tires in the summer, then you may find yourself having to replace the tires after a few months.



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