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In the late 1970s is when the term “all season tires” was first used by tire manufacturers to describe tires that work well in all seasons, but will never perform better than tires designed for one specific season. To make all season tires work, manufacturers have given up some wet weather grip so they can increase mobility in the colder months.
Did you know that tire manufacturers create their own safety and performance criteria? Since each manufacturer creates and follows their own criteria, each company and brand can have very different criteria compared to others. When looking for new tires, be sure to ask us which brand and model of tire is best for your vehicle and driving habits.
At Autobahn Logic, our all-season tire lineup includes options from Firestone, Hankook, Bridgestone, General Tire, Toyo Tires, Michelin, GT Radial, Yokohama and Goodyear.
Available All Season Tire Options
All season tires are put into two different classes to meet today’s driver’s needs:
Both classes of tires come in a wide range of sizes and speed ratings to fit all the makes and models of vehicles in today’s market. These tires come in a premium and budget friendly price point, so there are great options for both you’re driving needs and budget requirements.
All Season Tires: Safety and Efficiency
According to a survey, 49% of Canadians try to drive with all-season tires on their vehicle during Canadian winters. Unfortunately, tires designed for warmer weather won’t perform the same in cold climates, similar to cold weather tires not performing as well in warmer weather. When the cold weather comes, anything below 7°C will negatively affect the performance of an all-season tire, so having winter tires will help keep your tire efficient and safe.