Choosing between all-season and summer tires isn't something done rashly. For safety and other reasons, you want the right tires on your car or SUV. Special tires provide added benefits intended to address road and climate issues. Seeking the appropriate tires leads some to wonder if summer is preferable to all-season and vice-versa. The better tire is the one that fits the driver's needs.

Summer tires can deliver a decent level of traction during hot weather. Scorching roads might not be friendly to most tires, which is why special ones become preferable. Hot summer months may also come with heavy rain. Summer tires are generally good for rainy weather.

All-season tires are decent selections for year-round driving in moderate climates. They handle light snow, but aren't preferable for heavy snowfalls. Summer tires aren't intended for snow of any level.

If you want new tires for your car, come to our service department. At Fox Lincoln of Chicago, we can help you with your tire and service requests.

 

 

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