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The Best Tires for Your Car

February 7, 2020

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There are a lot of car tires out there. When you decide what tires you need for your car, it is best to think about what conditions you will be driving in the most.

SD Wheel is here to take the guessing out of picking the right kind of tire for your ride. So let's get right into it!

 

1. All-Season Tires

All-season tires are designed to be the most well-rounded type of tire. They will perform adequately in both wet, dry, and snowy conditions.

These tires are often the most commonly used type of tire as they are suitable for a wide variety of applications.

They provide a fair amount of traction in the snow and rain while providing good grip on warmer, dry pavement.

If you find yourself driving in dry, warm conditions the most and you live in a place that doesn't get snow, then you may want to look into summer tires.

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2. Summer Tires

Providing great grip in dry conditions, summer tires are a great way to increase the amount of response and engagement of your tires during the summer.

As we said before, the summer tire is designed with performance in mind. These will provide amazing grip for spirited driving and can make your car feel a lot sportier than it would with an all-season tire.

However, we do not recommend using a summer tire in any sort of snow. This is where winter tires come in!

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3. Winter Tires

Like the name states, winter tires are best suiting for snow and icy conditions.

These tires are designed with deeper grooves and softer rubber to help the tires maintain grip even in the snow.

Your safety is no laughing matter. So if you see a lot of snow where you live, winter tires are essential for safe driving wherever you need to go during those bitter cold winter months. 

Just be sure to swap these tires out for summer or all-season tires after the winter season. These tires are not designed for dry pavement or warm climate so you may experience premature wear if you leave them on all year round.

Winter Tire

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In Closing

We hope this helped you determine what kind of tire you need based on your driving habits. No matter where you live or what you drive, SD Wheel has the perfect set of wheels and tires for your ride!

 

 

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