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All Weather Tyres

All Weather Tyres

All Weather Tyres

So, in my opinion, “all-weather tyres” are going to be the future! Why, you may ask? Well, it’s all to do with the very wet weather that we are all witnessing. Michelin was the first tyre company to back up my opinion.

So a couple of years ago, Michelin brought out a tyre that they claimed was a summer tyre designed for winter use. Known as the “CrossClimate” this tyre will deal with heavy rain and also some icy and snowy weather.

The more well-known all-weather tyres are available from the majority of other tyre companies. Consequently, these are tyres that can cope with spasmodic winter weather. Here at Pellon Tyres, we recommend Falken and Davanti all-weather tyres.

Driving rain and deep water

There are many different brands and types of tyres to choose from when selecting them for your vehicle. In fact most tyre companies can offer you an excellent winter tyre.

Remembering that tyres are the four points on a car that connect you to the road is perhaps one of the best pieces of advice to keep in mind when thinking about tyres.

As a result, selecting high-quality tyres that are appropriate for the season might have a significant positive impact. Snow is the important factor. Importantly your area may be subject to snow.

These include improved safety, increased fuel efficiency, and improved grip. You might have been thinking about winter or snow tyres if you live in the UK, where the temperature can frequently drop below 7°C between October and March.

The differences between winter tyres are described below

Along with whether using them throughout the winter is recommended.

So, at the moment, I am doing a lot of highway driving. My van is equipped with a set of Devanti AW tyres. Accordingly, these tyres give me much confidence when driving in the very heavy storms that we are experiencing.

Despite the fact that we have had a pleasant, sunny summer! So, when it rains, it is now torrential rain. There will be no more light showers! So, it’s good to know that your tyres can cope with these downpours. I would now advise drivers to keep AW tyres on their vehicles all year.

Tyre noise used to be a problem! However, new techniques and blends of compounds have eliminated the noise problem. To finalise, I predict that summer tyres will only be for hotter climates. A/W tyres will eventually be used in colder climates.

Eric Roberts

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