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benefits of winter tires
Blocky treads on winter tires move water and slush faster and have softer rubber that is more flexible in cold temperatures. If it is hot, the softness can become a problem. This is why winter tires should be replaced for all-season and all-weather tires once spring has sprung.
The greatest drawback to winter tires is the extra costs of storage and the responsibility to put them on and take them off at the right time. All-weather tires are more popular than all-weather because not everyone has enough storage space for four large tires. Winter tires will be your friend if you live where there is snow, low temperatures, and few plow trucks.
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