All-season tires are tires that can be used in spring, summer, fall, and winter.
The site manager has been using all-season tires for 3 years now
This is a blog about my thoughts and experiences
How much do the tires cost?
In order of decreasing price, summer tires (normal tires) → studless tires (winter tires) → all-season tires (almost universal tires), so they are expensive
Compared to two sets of “summer tires + studless tires,” these tires are very inexpensive because they can be driven in spring, summer, fall, and winter
Can you run in the snow?
Road icing is weak.
The site administrator “Teru” lives in Gunma prefecture
Snowfall is not a problem if you drive safely
However, it is slippery when riding on pressured snow!
It was more slippery than with studless tires
Sensibly, I think these all-season tires are sufficient for areas with 2-3 “snow days” a year!
If there is heavy snowfall, take the following steps
(1) by bus or train
(2) carpool with
paid due to illness
If it has the “snowflake mark” in red circle, it can be driven on highways with “winter tire restrictions”!
However, in the case of “Chain Mounting Restrictions,” a separate chain must be mounted
(1) No tire changes, great time performance!
(2) No tire storage space is required
(3) Safety and security even in sudden snowfall
(1) Tire rotation is difficult (ask for it with your car at the time of inspection)
(2) Road noise (tire rumbling) is higher than summer tires
(3) High initial cost
At the end
In conversation at work
Co-worker: “It’s almost time for snow – did you change your tires?”
Site manager: “My tires are all-season tires, so I’m good to go!”
This conversation comes up once every year.
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