Using all-weather tires year-round

The greatest advantage of all-weather tires is the ability to keep one tire all year long. Let’s face it: Who wants to store a second set of tires in the garage? The advantage of a tire that can be used year-round is obvious, but is it safe? All-weather tires can be safely used in all kinds of weather conditions. 

Unlike an all-season tire, all-weather tires are able to handle snow and ice with excellent grip and handling. All-weather tires hold the severe service emblem – also known as the three-peak-mountain snowflake symbol – that designates them for use in severe winter conditions. This is different from an all-season tire that is only safe in the spring, fall and summer seasons in most areas. All-weather tread is made from an intermediate rubber compound that offers excellent grip on all kinds of road conditions. During the cold season when the roads are icy, snowy and wet, they work just as well as during the other seasons.

Additionally, an all-weather tire like the Nokian WR G4 has a unique tread pattern with grooves that effectively clean snow, slush and water out of the tire to ensure excellent grip and reliable handling under all conditions, thereby protecting from hydroplaning. Hydroplaning can also occur when snow melts and there is slush on the road. These tires will ensure hydroplaning resistance in heavy rain or melting ice and snow. The Nokian WR G4 will still be able to maintain proper contact with the road and provide the stability you need to handle your vehicle’s safety and comfort. 

All-weather tires are the only tires that can be used all year long in most locales. They outperform all-season tires in the winter, as all-season tires are not recommended for severe winter weather. The Nokian WR G4, with its innovative design, assures absolute grip and excellent handling even in the toughest of winters. This is because of the many new innovations like polished grooves and the 3D self-locking siping that minimizes heat generation, thereby improving the wear resistance of the tire. It also provides low rolling resistance to save fuel and the environment.

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Increased flexibility with all-weather tires

When you equip your car with all-weather tires, you will gain a lot of flexibility. This is definitely true if the tires are tested and approved for winter conditions.

All-weather tires can be used where winter tires are mandatory. Since all-weather tires are approved for winter use, they are classified as a winter tire.

There is no need to change tires during the year; all-weather tires can be used year-round. This will save you a lot of time needed to change tires.

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When should you get all-season tires for your hybrid car

All-season tires are a great choice for your hybrid or electric car if you live in an area that does not experience severe winters. This allows you to keep one set of tires throughout the year. Most hybrid and electric cars come equipped with all-season tires from the factory. This is because with the many advances in all-season tires over the years, they has become the tires of choice for many car manufacturers. With lower rolling resistance than ever before, they require less energy for each journey, allowing the electric or hybrid car to go further. 

Unlike all-weather tires, all-season tires are not able to handle snow and ice and are therefore not marked with the severe service emblem [also known as the three-peak mountain snowflake symbol] that designates them for use in severe winter conditions. This is different than an all-weather tire that does possess this emblem. This is because all-weather tires can be considered hybrids between an all-season tire and a winter tire. All-season tires are only safe in the spring, fall and summer seasons, which is the case in many areas in the United States.

Additionally, an all-season tire like the Nokian eNTYRE 2.0 has a unique tread pattern that provides excellent wet grip and a smooth, quiet ride while remaining environmentally friendly. It also has Silent Sidewall technology that decreases noise and vibration. Polished lateral and inside grooves also allow water to evacuate, thereby protecting from hydroplaning. Hydroplaning can also occur when snow melts and there is slush on the road.  

All-season tires can be used year-round in areas without winter weather – or at least without severe winters. The Nokian eNTYRE 2.0’s innovative design provides ultimate safety and excellent handling on both wet and dry surfaces. This very eco-friendly tire allows for excellent grip so you can rest assured that braking will not be a problem even with the additional weight of a hybrid or electric car. This is because hybrid and electric cars are usually heavier than regular combustion engine cars due to their battery packs. If you live in an area with 3 seasons. the Nokian eNTYRE 2.0 is an excellent year-round tire that does not compromise on performance while remaining environmentally friendly.

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