Winter tires are designed for temperatures that are below 45 degrees Fahrenheit. They have an aggressive tread that is designed to help you grip the ice and snow. All of those features will provide you with the traction that you need to drive during the winter months. That is why it will be a lot easier for you to drive when there is a lot of snow and ice on the road.

Winter tires are great for the winter, but they are not meant for the summer months. Winter tires do not do well when the weather outside is hot and dry. If you drive with these tires during the summer months, then you will wear them out quickly. That is why it is best for you to swap out your tires once the temperature is consistently above 45 degrees Fahrenheit.

 

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