Are Summer Tires Better Than All-Weather Ones?

When you're considering the differences between high-performance summer tires and durable all-weather ones, there are a few key things to consider. Depending on the weather conditions you experience throughout the year, summer tires may be a better option.

Summer tires are designed to work well in hot conditions. They also outperform all-weather tires in the rain. They are created out of a stiffer rubber with additional compounds to improve their traction. With a continuous center rib in the tread pattern, the tire is able to corner, brake, and accelerate well. The unidirectional tread pattern also leads to increased performance but can decrease the lifetime of tire since it reduces the positions into which it can be rotated.

DCH Honda of Temecula is committed to offering comprehensive tire services. Bring your vehicle to our dealership to get all of your needs taken care of.

 

 

Categories: Parts

Comments

Nothing posted yet.
true ; Bookmark and Share