It’s Heating Up, Which Tires Fit You Best?
It’s that time of the year again when the winter crosses over into spring and the weather begins to heat up. At such times, it’s best to have a firm understanding of the differences between tire types because each will provide a different driving experience depending on the weather. Dealerships want you to know how summer and all-weather tires differ so you can decide which is best for you.
There are stark differences between summer and all-weather tires. Summer Tires, which function best in warm weather, provide better fuel economy and give drivers better performance when braking, cornering and accelerating. All-weather tires are designed for temperatures just above freezing and are best for less performance-driven passenger cars, small trucks, and SUVs.
If there is more you would like to learn about the differences between summer and all-weather tires to determine which is best for you, then please come visit us at Beaman Toyota. We are here with answers to your questions and service for your vehicle if it needs it.