All Season Tires
About All-Season Tires
Tire lingo can be confusing. You may be asking, “If it’s an all-season tire, can it be used in the winter? If it’s a winter tire, can it only be used in the winter? What does all-weather mean?” Well, that’s what the team at Integra Tire Edmonton 99st is here for – to answer all of your tire questions. An all-season tire is meant to be used in any temperature above 7°C; that means that it performs best in warm climates – the spring, summer, and fall. The rubber that an all-season tire is made with is designed to extract water and provide traction whenever the temperature is above 7°C. If an all-season tire is used when the temperature drops below 7°C, then the tire will become stiff and will not grip the road or evacuate ice and snow, leading to an increased risk of sliding.
When you need help choosing an all-season tire that is right for you, contact the team at Integra Tire Edmonton 99st to get your questions answered.When you need expert advice, you can count on the team at Integra Tire Edmonton to get your vehicle up and running in tip-top shape.
Why Consider All-Seasons?
Depending on the kind of driving you do and where you live, all-season tires might be the right option for you. When used in the right application, they can offer versatile performance in both wet and light snow conditions.
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