All-season tires are reliable in a wide range of conditions. Most new vehicles have this type of rubber because of its flexibility. However, in challenging or extreme conditions, you may want to visit a service centre to find something more specialised.
For example, you may want to switch to winter tires for cold season driving. Here’s why:
Better Grip â€“ Normal tire material gets hard at low temperatures, compromising its ability to maintain traction. Winter units use unique rubber engineered to remain soft and flexible in freezing conditions.
Deeper Treads â€“ Winter tires have deeper treads than their all-season counterparts. This design prevents the buildup of snow and channels water and slush without compromising grip.
Biting Edges â€“ Biting edges are tiny hard slits separate from the treads. Winter tires have thousands of these, which dramatically improve traction on icy roads.
If you have to deal with winter conditions, it is never too early to start planning for rotating between two wheels each year. Contact our dealership to check tire availability and make an appointment in our service centre.