Some drivers wonder which type of tire is best suited for their car and which is better for their driving style combined with the weather. If you travel often and expect to drive in weather that is cold or snowy, the all-season tire is your best choice, but they do not substitute winter tires.

Summer tires are actually better in the rain and warmer spring weather. If you choose summer tires, you'll have more traction in wet conditions, and it won't take as much gas to run your vehicle. Summer tires also offer better performance on dry roads.

At All American Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram of Midland in Midland, TX we recommend all-season tires for those who drive a little in good winter conditions and don't want to change tires regularly. While summer tires are great for water, all-season tires usually last longer. The best tire is determined by the weather you drive in, and the amount that you drive your car.

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