The correct tyre choice can keep you out of accidents

Driving safety is a lot about having tyres that are in good condition and the right ones for your vehicle. The right tyres mean that they are  the right tyres for the season or conditions that you plan to drive in. The car will work regardless of temperature, while the tyres need to be matched. They do not only have to be matched to the right season, but also a very fast car, you will need high speed tyres and if you carry heavy loads, you will need high load tyres. You even need to make sure that if you have an electrical or hybrid car that they tyres are good for use on these heavier vehicles that also provide a higher torque.

Once you matched the right tyre and dimension for your vehicle, then it is time to make sure that they are the right ones for the weather conditions in your area. It tends to be so that the further north you live the higher the demand is for seasonal winter tyres, while the further south you go, at least in Europe, the need is diminishing to even have areas where there is no need for winter tyres, as there is no snowy conditions during the winter season of the year. So you can manage with just summer tyres.

If you need winter tyres, then if you need them for the whole winter season, you should get separate sets for the summer and for the winter. This will give you the best performance during the year, without any compromises. You will have the best possible grip on dry roads during the summer and they will also be able to perfectly handle heavy summer rain. Then when the winter approaches you change to winter tyres and will have the best performance during the cold temperatures as well as on snowy roads. If you hit icy patches or pure ice, the tyres will provide you with good grip. They can even handle the tricky slushy conditions.

If you don’t want to change tyres between the seasons and the winters are not so long nor predictable, then the all-weather tyres might be the best choice for you. They might be a bit of a compromise in terms of performance, but in terms of safety they can handle both summers and winters if they are winter approved.For more information regarding summer and winter tyres, visit: