Are Summer Tires or All-Season Tires the Best Choice?

Depending on the climate where you live, you may benefit more from installing a set of summer tires on your car. Damp climates with plenty of rainfall might seem like they'd require a set of all-season tires, but the composition and surface grooving of a summer tire makes them the better choice. They are sturdy and offer plenty of grip, making them ideal for warm, wet climates.

All-season tires offer much longer wear and are fine when encountering light ice and snow. If you live in a climate with warm, dry summers and don't experience copious amounts of snowfall, you'll benefit from the longevity and performance of an all-season tire.

If you need a new set of tires, a rotation of your current set or an emergency patch for a puncture, our tire specialists at Pitre Kia of Las Cruces will have your set rotated, repaired or replaced and back on the road in no time.



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