Here is part 2a of my tire series. I'd say it's just part 2, but because there are several categories in this subject, I'll start with All-Season tires, as they are the most common. As the name suggests, All-Season tires are meant to be used in all 4 seasons in warmer climates where the temps rarely drop below 45 degrees.
|The High Performance All Season tire. Generally, these tires perform well on dry pavement or wet surfaces without standing water. They tend to offer better handling, steering response and shorter braking distances over the Performance All Season.|