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Choosing which tyre to buy is one of the most important decisions to make, as this will effect the handling and performance of your vehicle. Apart from making sure that you have the correct tyre size, it is also important to be aware in which conditions you will be driving. This will help in selecting either summer, winter or all-season tyres.   

Depending on the climate you will be driving in, it might be important to alternate between summer and winter tyres. On the other hand, depending on weather conditions, all-season tyres could be more suitable. 

Summer tyres offer excellent handling, road grip, and shorter braking distances on dry roads.  Following heavy rain, summer tyres are also able to handle slippery roads.

Winter tyres have a tread pattern designed specifically to be effective on snow and slush, and have the ability to withstand wintry conditions. Moreover, they offer better handling and shorter braking distances on snow and ice.

Lastly, all-season tyres are great in a variety of weather conditions. For vehicles driven in places with mild winters, meaning temperatures rarely go below freezing, all-season tyres can be an option. All-season tyres can potentially be more cost effective, and save time and effort which is required to change tyres seasonally.