The perfect choice whatever the weather!
All season (all weather tyres) are specially designed and ideally suited for use in the UK. They are less appropriate for use in countries that experience severe weather conditions winter conditions, such as extreme snow and ice.
All season Tyres are ideally suited to rainy conditions, the wet and the warm. With the added benefit of being able to perform if the weather suddenly becomes cold.
All season tyres are a fantastic cost saving option with many motorists choosing them, both due to the cost but also to them perfectly suiting our weather climate.
With all season tyres being a perfect mix of both winter tyres and summer tyres they have the benefit of being able to be used effectively all year round.
All Season Tyres
All season tyres are made using a rubber compound and tread pattern which is essentially in the middle between the softer summer tyre and the harder winter tyre. The tread pattern used will provide perfect handling in all weather conditions and will substantially reduce the risk of aquaplaning. The result is a tyre that will provide a perfect grip on both warm, dry roads and also in conditions where temperatures are low and wet.
Why choose the All Season Tyre
They are ideally suited to our UK weather conditions where the weather never gets too hot or too cold.
All weather tyres provide improved handling in dry and warm temperatures using a specially designed tread.
If space is a problem, these are perfect and avoid the need of storing tyres to fit each season change. Choosing all season tyres means you can use the same tyre type all year round.
All season tyres are more cost effective and mean you only outlay for one type of tyre to be used throughout the year.
All season tyres provide better grip than summer tyres in lower average temperatures due to a specially developed compound and a unique tread pattern.
At Premier Tyres and Autocare Ltd, Lathom we stock a large range of all season tyres to suit any budget and from a range of the most well-known manufacturers.