If you get mild or unpredictable weather during the winter months, all weather tires are a great fit for you. They’re built to thrive in the ever-changing winter conditions many parts of North America face. All weather tires are also a good idea if the temperature frequently drops close to freezing in the winter, even if it doesn’t snow often.
If you live in an area with consistently severe winter conditions, dedicated winter tires are still the right move. Nothing performs more effectively on snow and ice than winter products – and since we invented the winter tire, we recommend driving ours. But all weather tires offer a great blend of convenience and safety, and they far outperform all season tires in winter weather.
Looking to learn more about what type of tire is safest for the climate conditions where you live? Check out our Tire Buying Guide - we created it to help you make an informed decision on your next set of tires.