Picking the right tires for your vehicle means looking at all different treads, sizes, and handling characteristics. Summer tires work best in hot weather with better performance on winding, curvy roads than other tires. They work well only in warm weather as they crack and deteriorate when trying to drive in cold, frigid temperatures. Does that mean that all-season tires work better than summer tires?

All-season tires are just what they sound like that. These tires are designed to handle any weather and road, but they aren't special in any way. They don't have the same grip in winter weather as winter tires, nor do they perform better than summer tires during hotter months. All-season tires work best in dry, warm climates, but you won't get the same handling or grip as summer tires.

You can check out all of the latest tires and get the best rates on new tires at DCH Kia of Temecula centrally located in Temecula, CA.

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