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      10-25-2022, 01:36 PM   #1
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Snow/winter tires?

As I live in the northeast,I am looking into getting a winter pair of tires so I can take the car out on nicer days. Still no heavy slush, salt, or heavy snow.
I think a all season should work fine for me. Like the Pilot Sport All Season 4. Do you guys think this should be enough or should I get a full snow tire? I may encounter some light snow but very little if I did. And it wouldn't be often either.
I'm leaning towards all season since I can still keep some performance and get longer tire life. A full snow might be overkill I think.
If any of you guys have tested it out or have recommendations please let me know.
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As I live in the northeast,I am looking into getting a winter pair of tires so I can take the car out on nicer days. Still no heavy slush, salt, or heavy snow.
I think a all season should work fine for me. Like the Pilot Sport All Season 4. Do you guys think this should be enough or should I get a full snow tire? I may encounter some light snow but very little if I did. And it wouldn't be often either.
I'm leaning towards all season since I can still keep some performance and get longer tire life. A full snow might be overkill I think.
If any of you guys have tested it out or have recommendations please let me know.
Thanks
Matt
You should be fine. In general good all season tires will be fine in light snow.
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