Did you know that all-season tires start to get cold and hard at just 7° C? As it continues to get colder, your tires will lose more grip and flexibility. At -15° C, the tires will have lost all their elasticity. Compared to winter tires, they will only harden at around -40° C. Unlike all-season tires, winter tires have a different rubber compound allowing them to stay flexible and a narrower tire tread to prevent snow buildup, which give you superior traction, better braking and improved handling. Snow tires will keep you and your family safe during the unpredictable winter road condition.
When you have two sets of tires for summer and winter, you can have them mounted on their own rims or have them on the same rims. Keep in mind that if your tires are already mounted on wheels, you don’t need to remount them at each seasonal tire change-over; meaning it is more economical in the long run to have both sets of tires on their own set of rims.
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