Your tires play a major role in how well your car handles. With the warmer weather of summer approaching, it's time to switch out your winter treads for tires suited for the heat and damp. Most drivers use either an all-season tire or a summer tire. Which one should you choose?

The tread compound on a summer tire is formulated to stay stiff during hot weather. It also has special tread patterns to help it handle both dry and wet conditions. The tread, however, is shallow, which makes it a poor tire to drive on snow or ice.

With an all-season tire, you get a deeper tread that can handle light snow conditions. They offer decent handling on dry or wet summer pavement. They do not handle well in deep snow or ice conditions. The choice is yours. Let's talk tire options when you bring your car into Volvo Cars Oklahoma City in Edmond, OK.

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