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Rotating your tires each season might be inconvenient, and All-Season tires do not give the grip assistance we require for Canadian winters. This is where All-Weather tires come into play because they are designed to withstand the changing seasons never seen before, allowing you to depend on your tires both in snow and rain.
All-Weather tires provide a solution for anyone looking for a set of 4 tires that can be utilized on their vehicle throughout Western Canada’s numerous seasons. These tires combine the security and capability that drivers demand in the winter with the agility and power they expect in the summer. With one set of All-Weather tires, you receive consistent driving dynamics all year long—no need to worry about tire replacements or where to store your spare set of tires, but you still need to rotate them.
These tires are suitable for drivers in cities and areas with mild winter weather, such as mild temperatures and light, infrequent snow. The mountain snowflake mark on these tires indicates that they have passed ice traction testing for performance in harsh situations.
Don’t worry if you’re still unsure what type of tires would be best for your vehicle. Our team is happy to help. We recognize that the tires you choose for your car will substantially impact how well it performs in different weather conditions. You might realize that you need snow tires or that all-season tires are your best alternative.
Trail Tire Auto Centers is proud to offer a great selection of All-Weather tires. If you drive a lot in the winter, you should invest some time and effort in finding the best tires for your vehicle.
We provide a broad assortment of tires from renowned brands such as Bridgestone, Michelin, Toyo Tires, BF Goodrich, GT Radial, Cooper Tires, Firestone, Uniroyal, and more. If we don’t have the tires you’re looking for in stock, we can find something that will best suit your needs.
All-Weather tires take advantage of winter tires and all-season tires to provide the best all-year tire choice.
All-Weather tires are intended to keep your car safe in the wintertime while also providing excellent handling and steadiness in the warmer months. These tires have strong resilience to wear and tear during all four seasons, giving them a durable option for any motorist.
When picking between All-Weather tires and snow tires or winter tires, there are several factors to consider. All-Weather tires may perform much worse in terms of braking distances and speed grip in the snow. They are, however, less difficult to manage because they do not demand winter tire replacements or the purchase of additional winter tires and rims. Heavy-duty winter tires, snow tires, or tire chains are your most reliable and safest options in blizzard conditions.
Several factors determine the best winter tires for you. The type of car you drive, the temperature in your area, your budget, and your timeframe should all be considered. Choose whether performance or convenience is more important to you. All-weather tires could be a significant improvement over the original parts all-season tires that came with your vehicle.
All-Weather tires are marked with a mountain and a snowflake, indicating that they can pass the traction test required for a specialist snow tire when new. That does not imply that all tires bearing the mark are safe to use in the winter. Tire manufacturers have begun to use the aging winter tire standard of performance to put a winter tire label on all-terrain vehicle tires and other tires that perform poorly in winter circumstances. When compared to the best winter tires, all-weather tires are a tradeoff on ice and snow. Their tread is more aggressive than that of a passenger vehicle’s all-season tire to improve traction on slick roads. On the other hand, the rubber formula is stronger and more resistant to heat than a winter tire.
All-Weather tires are made from a unique rubber compound. In both cold and warm climates, this chemical protects against untimely wear. In fact, many come with tread-life insurance of 100,000 kilometers.