If you’re not sure how all-season tires are different from all-weather tires, or how you can tell if a tire is truly winter rated, you’re not alone.
We hear from a lot of drivers who don’t know the difference between all-season and all-weather tires. With so many great tires on the market today, it’s easy to get confused.
In Canada, your safety depends on having the right winter tires, so we thought we’d help make it easy for you to understand what makes each of these tires unique with a handy little infographic.
Understanding the difference between all-season, all-weather and winter tires helps you find the tire that’s best for the driving conditions you face in your region. Visit a Kal Tire location near you for expert advice.
Comparing how tires perform at different temperatures and on different surfaces—from ice and snow to slush and rain—can help make it easier to see why using winter tires or all-weather tires can help you stick to the road this winter.
Do you need new tires? Find out for sure which tire is best for your region, your budget and your driving habits by visiting the experts at a Kal Tire location near you.
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