Originally Posted by PetoM3
Winter tires don't seem necessary in Seattle. No snow and temps usually above 38F. Its just usually wet roads in winter. Do you however suggest getting a different set of tires than the performance tires that comes with M3 for the rainy winter?
I won't be hitting slopes in an m3.
If you have the luxury of not driving or have an alternate vehicle for the rare bad stuff (snow & ice), Summer tires are okay - I've run both Vred Sessantas and PSSs through the last Winters here in Portland; but there are a few days I parked it and took my SUV with Winter tires on it. Have had a few dicey times getting home from work when the weather changed midday. I did find previously that PS2s will not deal with even 1/4" of snow.