Should I Consider Summer Tires?

Many tire companies promote all-season tires, but are they really the best for your driving needs? The answer could be no. Summer tires are better in several different situations. Here are some points to consider.

Summer tires are also called performance tires and there's a good reason for that. They do better on wet roads than their all-season counterparts. They are meant for use in areas that don't get a true winter, so they adapt better to your local conditions. Summer tires also have shallower grooves and a different tread that allows them to perform better in hot weather. That means you'll have better control and less chance of a blowout.

If it's time for a new set of tires, stop by Carbone Automotive Group in Yorkville, NY for a consultation. Our staff will explain further differences and make sure that your vehicle is fitted with tires that fit your needs.

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