A Quick Tire Buying Guide
July 8th, 2016
The good news is, the selection of tire designs has expanded greatly in the last 30 years. The bad news is, that can become a little confusing if you're not sure what kind of tires you really need. It doesn't have to be, though.
It all comes down to your driving style, your vehicle, the road conditions and climate where you live and your budget. Here's a quick breakdown:
All-season tires, like the name implies, are designed for good performance in a variety of weather conditions. For most drivers of cars, minivans, light trucks and SUVs, all-season tires are a great choice, with a forgiving ride, low road noise and decent handling properties and road manners. Like the name implies, though, they're also a compromise and don't offer the precise handling of performance tires, or ...