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Summer tires typically have asymmetrical tread patterns, low profiles, and relatively soft compounds. An asymmetrical tread pattern effectively places more rubber on the road at the outside shoulder of the tire to counteract the high cornering forces that go with high speed driving.
Good quality winter tires are constructed entirely differently from summer tires. The rubber compounds found in this class of tire combine to produce tires with almost the same level of traction in icy conditions that summer tires provide on dry pavement.
All Season Tires
While all-season tires offer an acceptable compromise between traction in light winter conditions and traction and durability in hot weather, all season tires can never perform as well as winter or summer tires.
All Terrain Tires
All terrain tires are available in many shapes, sizes, and tread patterns, and are best suited for off road driving conditions. While some types of all terrain tires can be used on-road, they generally provide insufficient traction, are noisy, and don’t last very long. Moreover, off road conditions require different treads and compounds for different conditions.