All-season tires are generally built to give a combination of benefits offered by summer and winter tires. While all-season tires usually offer the driver a quiet ride and good year-round performance, they won’t provide the same amount of grip and handling in extreme winter conditions that a winter tire will. David Sickels gives you a few tips on finding out which of these tires is best for the customer from the Continental Garage Studio in partnership with Tire Review.
Tire Review Associate Editor David Sickels gives tips on deciding if all-season or winter tires are best for your customer.
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