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which type of tire best suits your driving needs?

Which type of tire best suites your driving needs?

All-Season

All-seasons are the most common type of tire. They deliver a smooth ride year-round and provide good traction in wet, dry, and mild snow conditions. But all-season tires don't perform as well as dedicated winter tires in temperatures below 7°C/45°F or heavy snow.

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Winter

Winter tires increase control and traction in cold weather. They're constructed from special compounds and equipped with tread patterns specifically designed for low temperature, ice, snow, and sleet conditions.

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Summer

Primarily for use on performance vehicles, summer tires provide optimal traction and resilience in warmer environments. Summer tires are not designed for use on ice or snow.

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  • Blends performance with a soft, quiet ride at lower speed ratings.

  • Balances all-season performance with higher speed ratings and sportier profiles.

  • Available in ultra-low profile and high-speed ratings for sports cars.

  • Provides excellent traction and handling in both on- and off-road conditions.

  • Designed specifically for off-road conditions with excellent handling in mud, loose soil, and rocky terrain.

  • Delivers a comfortable, all-season ride for light trucks and SUVs on paved roads.

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Driving Style

Choose a tire that matches your driving style and road conditions. Standard performance tires offer a soft ride, predictable handling, and good traction in light snow. Consider going with high or ultra-high performance tires to get the most performance out of your sports car.

If you drive a truck or SUV, all-terrain tires provide a blend of on- and off-road handling. Or, go with dedicated off-road tires for vehicles that spend more time in the mud than on the street. Highway tires deliver a great ride for trucks and SUVs that rarely see off-road duty.

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  • Grip on wet and snowy roads

  • Longer lasting tread

  • Improves cornering and braking performance

  • Smooth, quiet driving experience

  • Improved fuel economy

  • High speed rated for a sporty ride

Are there any factors in driving that are especially important to you?

Drive/Ride Performance

Even though today's tires are full of technological features, there isn't one perfect tire for all drivers in all conditions. But by choosing the features that are most important to you, Sears can help match you with the right tires.

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