SUV All-season tires compared with SUV all-weather tires

SUV all-weather tires

If you own a SUV and would like to equip it with a set of tires that can be used year-round, you need to take into consideration what kind of driving you will be doing and where you live. SUV all-season tires can be used safely if you live in an area that doesn’t experience severe winters. It is important to understand the difference between SUV all-season tires and SUV all-weather tires.

All-season SUV tires are made for driving year-round if you live in a place where you won’t be dealing with any snow. All-weather tires,on the other hand, are a hybrid between all-season tires and winter tires and are designed to handle both snow and ice. They are even marked with the three-peak mountain snowflake symbol that indicates they have passed winter traction testing and are rated for use in severe snow conditions. If you live in an area where you experience 3 seasons instead of 4, you would be able to use tires like the Nokian Rotiiva AT Plus. This durable all-season tire provides durability without compromising safety or driving comfort. It drives excellently on asphalt while being able to handle off-road terrain. Its aggressive tread pattern provides drivers with confidence that it will be able to grip the road. The tire’s stability is enhanced with the new re-optimized placement of the tread blocks with enforced shoulder areas.

This tire will ensure that you get the most out of your SUV tires, as it has cooling ribs that reduce heat generation and slows the wear of the tire. The Nokian Rotiiva AT Plus is also equipped with 3D siping, which also improves the grip by making the tread block sturdier.

SUV all-season tires like the Nokian Rotiiva HT are great for larger SUVs and light truck in areas where there are 3 seasons. They provide an advanced highway tread that offers a quiet and safe ride. These tires also allow for the possibility to handle light off-road situations, as well.

When deciding between all-season tires and all-weather tires it is important to be aware of the difference between the two. Only then can you make an informed decision to equip your vehicle with the best tires for your type of driving and driving conditions.

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