Thinking About All-Season vs. Summer Tires?

Follow advice suggesting you put the appropriate tires on your car, truck, or SUV. The advice, however, can be somewhat vague. What type of tires are the best? The answer requires a driver to look at road and other conditions. Summer tires may be better in some instances, whereas all-season tires are preferable in others.

The tread on summer tires maintains decent traction during hot and rainy weather. Most drivers realize the rain creates hazardous conditions, but don't understand hot roads do as well. Summer tires attempt to deal with both conditions.

All-season tires come with a longer life, but they don't deliver the same traction as summer ones. They work decently in light snow, but do not confuse them for winter tires. Overall, both winter and summer tires have their positive traits.

Pick the right tire for your car at the service department at M & M Lincoln. If it's time to upgrade to a newer vehicle, then we can help out with that, too.



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