Even though it is still summer in the northern hemisphere, we are rapidly approaching the winter season. It is time to start looking for winter tires if you don’t already have a set and you live in an area where you will need to change your summer tires to winter tires. If you already have had winter tires on your car, then you will need to decide if you are happy with the brand and the performance of that tire, or if there has been any problems. If there are issues with the current tires, there is a vast variety of winter tires that you can consider.
The main options are if you will go for studdedor non-studded tires. The choice depends on your main weather conditions in the area where you plan to drive. In short, studded tires outperform non-studded tires on ice. If you don’t have icy roads in your area, then both studded and non-studded tires will do fine. On snow they both perform great and you will be managing to get where you want even during harsh winter conditions.
If you will go for studded winter tire, you will be covered for all winter conditions. There are a number of producers of winter tires. Some are better than others. It is important to select tires that have been rigorously tested, to ensure optimal performance in harsh conditions. Winters can be challenging for drivers, so you want to make sure you have solid tires to stay safe when you are on the roads. Just make sure that you have the tires mounted on your car before the winter weather hits, as when the roads are covered with snow and ice it is too late to try to get to the tire shop.