When you purchase your vehicle, the dealership wants you to be comfortable and knowledgeable about how to care for your vehicle and keep it working in the best way possible for you. This process encompasses understanding your driving habits and knowing which types of tires work best for you as the seasons change. Having a good understanding of the differences between summer and all-weather tires helps in this regard.

There are a number of differences between all-weather times and summer tires. Summer tires are designed for performance. They resist hydroplaning during heavy rain and handles corners and acceleration well. All-weather tires, in comparison, provide moderate traction on wet surfaces and less than high-performance results during cornering, accelerating, or braking.

If you would like to learn more about the differences between summer and all-weather tires or if your vehicle is in need of service, then please come visit us. We are located at State Park Motors, Inc.



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