What Kind of Tire is Right for Your Driving Needs?

Not all tires are created equal -- many are designed for a specific purpose. Check out this brief overview of popular tire types to find out which might be the best for your driving habits:

All-Season Tires: All-season tires occupy a middle ground. With rubber that's flexible in both warm and cool temperatures, and tread designed to handle moderate rain and snow, they're good for varying weather patterns.

Snow Tires: These tires are designed with softer rubber to maintain grip in snowy or icy weather conditions. While they aren't great for warm or hot weather, they'll serve you well when the temperature drops.

Performance Tires: Typically found on sport and enthusiast vehicles, these tires are designed to provide maximum grip at speed and during cornering. They're excellent for spirited driving on dry tarmac, but tend to struggle in harsher weather conditions.

All-Terrain Tires: All-terrain tires are a popular choice for SUV and truck drivers due to enhanced off-road capability. They offer more aggressive tread that helps with snow and mud, but maintain the composure and comfort of street tires.

These are just a few of the dozens of different kinds of tires available Bay Area drivers can choose for their cars. To explore more options and find the best set for your vehicle, contact the tire center at Audi Marin.


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