When you leave Dorsch Kia in the vehicle of your choice, we want you to be a knowledgeable vehicle owner. That means learning what tires are best for your vehicle and driving style as winter moves into Green Bay. To accomplish this, you need to know whether winter or all-weather tires best suit your needs.

All-weather tires are made to deliver good performance all year round as well as good tread life and a quiet ride. Because they are made to be versatile throughout the year, their construction requires making compromises that prevent them from achieving max performance in the winter or summer. The result of this is a tire that doesn't handle or grip as well as a strict summer tire or handling snow and ice as well as a winter tire.

Winter tires, on the other hand, are designed for a singular purpose. The tread is deeper with patterns suited for snow and ice and also has more biting edges. If you believe that you'll have to deal with lots of snow and icy roads, then winter tires are best. Otherwise, all-season tires may be the right choice for you.


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