All Season Tire Reviews

If you seek a well-rounded tire (pardon the pun), All-Season tires typically don't disappoint. All-Season tire reviews continually praise traction on wet, dry and light snow-covered roads.

Bridgestone Potenza G 019 Grid: "These tires are extremely surefooted and stable under all conditions." — Tire Rack Consumer Review, Grand Prix GTP Sedan, MT

Michelin HydroEdge: "Great tire. Extremely long life. Does as advertised. Solid feel and more comfortable feeling. Less play and sloppy feeling than even the O.E. tires." — Tire Rack Consumer Review, Jetta GL, DE

Goodyear Assurance TripleTred: "These are the most amazing tires I have ever owned or put on any of my vehicles. They are in short complete peace of mind regardless of driving conditions. We literally just get in the car and go." —Tire Rack Consumer Review, Grand Prix GT Coupe, BC

All-Season tread designs and compounds remain more flexible in cold weather to provide year-round capability but typically sacrifice some dry and wet road performance to provide light snow traction. Our customers have found dedicated winter tires to be desirable if you have to drive in snow for much of the winter even if you normally use All-Season tires. Within the All-Season performance category, there are a variety of All-Season subcategories (see descriptions) to meet various performance needs. If you search our tires, we'll generate a list well suited to your vehicle. 


Monday, December 14, 2009 by Lee

The altimax-RT all season tire, seemed fine UNTIL the first snow. My Honday Odyssey now seems like it's driving with bald tires, in the bad weather! My traction control, and anti-lock brakes are now a familiar tune during the Winter. I called General Tires and they said that they are an "all season tire, but not made for snowfall!" and they suggested buying a set of Winter tires!!!! Funny thing, I didn't need Winter tires, with my prior Michelin all season tires. More than 3/4 of North America snows...I wonder where in the country Gerneral tires tested these tires? Florida perhaps??? My only hope is that these tires will be recalled, for being dangerous in inclement weather, and false advertising as 'all season' tires. DO NOT BUY

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