Maintaining Traction on The Road

Although you might not think that there is a big difference in two sets of tires, winter tires often have more tread than all-season tires have. This is beneficial so that you have more traction while driving on snow and ice. Most of the time, cars have all-season tires on them when they are purchased, which means that you would need to change the tires before the winter season.

When you have all-season tires on your car while driving in O’Fallon, you'll usually notice better handling as they are designed to perform in all conditions. Winter tires are designed to handle better in snow and cold temperatures.

The tread depth and the rubber are different on winter tires than on all-season tires. The rubber becomes stiffer on all-season tires, giving them more traction in higher temperatures. At Newbold BMW, our service techs can examine your tires to ensure that they are in the best condition for driving throughout the year.

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