"Why buy two sets of tires when I can get along with one?"
That's a reasonable question to ask as the weather starts to warm up. Deciding between all-season and dedicated summer or winter tires is more difficult in areas with milder temperatures and occasional snow.
A better question to ask is: "What level of performance do I need from my tires for safety and confidence on the road?"
Every tire is a compromise. The manufacturers design their product lines with specific road surface, weather, and performance characteristics in mind. That's why there are so many makes and models to choose from. Even so, the three main types offer advantages and disadvantages that change with the seasons:
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