Summer tires have some advantages over all-season tires, but you’ll have to look at your tires closely to see the difference. Summer tires are also called performance tires because they’re made with a sticky tread compound that prevents hydroplaning, even when roads are extremely wet.

So which tires are better for your driving experience? It all depends on the traction control you need. All-season tires have special tread as well, but it only performs moderately well or slightly average on wet roads. All-season tires are designed for traction in all kinds of weather, so it’s not the best for performance handling.

Looking for the best tires in San Juan? Stop by Acura of the Rio Grande Valley to get the best deals on tires and services like tire rotation and balancing. We’re here to help you get the best performance out of your car.

 

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