Do All-Season Tyres Wear Out Faster?
One tyre for all four seasons. With such a wide variation in weather and surface conditions alongside rises and falls in temperature, can one tyre actually make it through all seasons? Or do all-season tyres need to be replaced more often? Let’s find out.
TYRE LABEL ACCORDING TO REGULATION 2020/740
The new tyre energy label, active from May 1st, 2021, provides a common classification of tyres’ performance on rolling resistance, braking on wet surfaces and external noise. Additionally, it provides indicators for its performance on severe snow and ice. The label helps consumers to make informed decisions when buying tyres as they can easily compare and set their priority choice based on these given parameters.
Tyre tread depth
Tyres will always remain the determining factor in the contact between the car and the road surface. The optimum functioning of tyres is strongly influenced by their tread depth.
The correct tyre pressure
Correct tyre pressure is crucial for safe and comfortable driving. A tyre can only perform at its best when it is able to ensure sufficient stability and load capacity. And that is where having the correct tyre pressure comes in.
Are all-season tyres good in snow?
It’s the ultimate test for any winter tyre. The ability to smoothly navigate icy, snow-covered roads with the ease and control of a clear summer drive. The question is, can an all-season tyre provide equal road grip, safety and control of a winter tyre specifically engineered for driving in challenging winter conditions? It’s time to put all-season to the test.