Get Road-Ready For Summer With New All-Season Tires in Burlington, ON
The Auto Station in Burlington, ON has you covered for your next purchase of All-Season Tires. We have tons of new all-season or summer tires for your vehicle and driving style. There is no shortage of options at our store, from economy to premium brands, we will get you in and out in no time with new all-season tires installed on your ride.
What Are All-Season Tires? All-Season-Tires-Burlington-ON
All-Season tires (sometimes referred to as Summer tires) offer versatile performance that combines the benefits of summer and winter tires. The quiet ride, year-round performance and good tread life make All-Season tires ideal for most sedans, mini-vans, crossovers, and SUV’s. All-Season tires are a great option for drivers who encounter wet roads and light winter driving, but are not ideal for drivers who frequently face extreme cold, ice and snow during the winter months. Plus, with the temperature fluctuation we've experiencied in Burlington, we recommend to be prepared with tires that will be suited to keep traction up even when temperatures are down.
What Makes All-Season Tires Good For Summer Driving?
All-Season tires are designed with a tread compound that maintains flexibility in most weather conditions for traction year-round. This design includes moderate tread depth and tread patterns that provide traction in most weather conditions.
What Is the Best All-Season Tire For My Vehicle?
You must decide what is most important for your driving needs. For example, wet traction, snow traction, tread life, quiet, smooth ride. Talk to a local tire shop that carries multiple brands for a professional opinion or research ratings for All-Season tires online.Shop for Tires
FAQ’s about All-Season Tires:
What Is The Difference Between All-Season Tires and All-Weather Tires?
All-Season tires are ideal for drivers who live in moderate climates. All-Seasons can withstand light snow and slush, whereas all-weather tires are rated to withstand more severe winter conditions. It depends largely on where you live and the conditions you drive in.
Will I Save Money Using All-Season Tires Year-Round Rather Than Switching Between Seasons?
Switching between two sets of tires prolongs the life of each set. If you ride All-Season tires year round, you will be replacing those tires more frequently - so any “savings” is reduced. Many insurance companies in Ontario provide discounts when you choose to install winter tires on your vechicle. Take the time to chat with your car insurer to see what they have to offer.
The Auto Station's Top Pick For This Summer
Goodyear Assurance WeatherReady - All-Weather Tire
Goodyear's best all-weather traction, for Mother Nature's worst. This tire features an asymmetric tread pattern and sweeping traction grooves to evacuate water and deliver excellent wet traction. As the tire wears, Evolving Traction® Grooves transition from deep grooves to wide grooves to help displace water on the road. When the temperature drops, this tire steps up the performance—with Soybean oil in the rubber compound that helps the tread stay pliable and grip the road in extreme cold. Specialized tread compounds help grip the road in wet, snow and ice—and earn Severe Snow Certification.
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- Specialized tread compounds help grip the road in wet, snow and ice – and earn Three Peak Mountain Snowflake Certification.
- Our best all-season tire has an asymmetric tread pattern and sweeping traction grooves to evacuate water and deliver excellent wet traction
- Weather Reactive Technology™ combines Evolving Traction Grooves with Tredlock® Technology, allowing the tread to lock together while cornering and open for more biting edges when you need enhanced wet traction.
- As the tire wears, Evolving Traction Grooves™ transition from deep grooves to wide grooves to help displace water on the road.
- Eligible for a 95,000 km Tread Life Limited Warranty from Goodyear
- Eligible for the Goodyear Highway Auto and Light Truck Tire Replacement Limited Warranty.