The Unique Features of Summer Tires

It's surprising to some to hear that summer tires actually perform better in wet conditions than all-weather tires. At Helena Honda, we can explain the different designs of tires and help you choose a set that fits your driving needs.

Summer tires are often called performance tires because of the sticky additives in the rubber that increase their grip. They are made of a stiffer rubber than all-weather tires and have shallower tread grooves. This decreases their rolling resistance by retaining the shape of the tire and improves the gas mileage of a vehicle. Summer tires tend to struggle in snow and ice.

You want to have confidence when driving your car or truck around town in any conditions. Pay our showroom a visit today to get set up with the right set of tires for you.

 

 

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