As spring blooms, temperatures start to rise. Before the warm weather really hits, it's time to get those winter tires off and replace them with warm weather models. Do you go with summer tires or are all-season tires a better choice?

Summer tires are also called performance tires. This type of tire is made with a special tread compound that remains moderately stiff to withstand hot weather, while offering sticky additives for extra grip in wet weather. These tires handle well in dry or wet conditions during the warmer months. They do not work well in cold conditions.

An all-season tire has a stiffer tread compound that works well in warm and cold conditions. It has a deeper tread compared to a summer model. This makes it easier to deal with light snow. This tire works well in areas without a lot of snow and ice. Check out the tire deals here at Norris Honda.


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