Our 2018 All-Season Tires Selection
To help you choose, we selected two tires in each of the categories for the following criteria: the best value for money, and the most affordable possible.
All-season tires are designed to perform in the spring, summer and fall. Therefore, they could also be called 3-season tires and should not be driven in the winter.
On wet and dry roads, they offer comfort, dependable braking, a low noise level. To extend their tread life, all-season tires are made with a harder rubber compound. However, they are not meant to be driven below 7℃ and their tread pattern is not adapted to snow or ice.