It's surprising to some that summer tires can provide better traction in rain than all-season tires. At Route 23 Honda, we can explain the differences between your options to allow you to make an informed decision on what to put on your vehicle.

The shallower and straighter grooves found on summer tires can lead to more stability during high-performance driving, especially in wet conditions. This tread pattern is often asymmetrical, making tire rotation options more limited. Summer tires are also made of a stiffer rubber that leads to improved performance in hot conditions, but they can be dangerous when the temperatures start to drop below 44 degrees.

There are many things to consider when choosing tires for your vehicle. Visit us in Pompton Plains, NJ to explore your options and receive sound advice on the types of tires that would work best for you.



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