All-season tires are the ones most commonly fitted on a new vehicle's wheels. As the name indicates, all-season tires work well under most seasonal conditions. Drivers get winter and summer driving features from the wheels. Don't assume, however, these wheels are perfect for all conditions. In winter weather, you may need to switch to winter tires.

All-season tires are fine for light winter driving. In an area prone to heavy snow and ice, winter tires could be a much better choice. With winter tires, the tread is more flexible and delivers better traction. The tread depths are deeper, which addresses snow build up. That's another feature all-season tires lack.

Closely examine the weather conditions where you live to determine the best tires to use. Speak with someone "in the know" to figure out what tires to choose.

If you want to check out an incredible selection of tires in Milford, we can help. The service department at i.g. Burton & Co. Inc. has excellent selections in stock.


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