The Differences Between All-Season and Summer Tires

When choosing between all-weather and summer tires for your vehicle, there are many things to consider. While all-weather tires are designed to work well in a wide variety of conditions, summer tires excel in hot and rainy conditions.

The unidirectional tread pattern found on summer tires leads to increased performance, especially during braking, accelerating, and cornering. The stiff rubber excels in temperatures above 44 degrees, but they aren't a great choice for driving in the snow or ice. They are also more difficult to rotate to different spots on the vehicle and will wear out more quickly than all-weather tires that have deeper grooves and symmetrical tread patterns.

At BMW of Rochester Hills, we want to take the stress out of dealing with any of your tire needs. To find out more about how we can help, visit our showroom in Shelby Township today.




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