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I have an older German rear wheel drive car with Blizzak snow tires for snow and it does very well Just curious how an all wheel drive vehicle w/ all-season tires compare in the snow? If you had to choose one to travel 100 miles in a snow storm, which would you choose?
I have no idea how they treat the roads in Scandinavia, but I do know how well they do in PA, where all seasons are usually fine. ;)
No they are not. They will provide less grip in any situation, summer or winter, compared to proper tires.
All season tires are good for up to -10C, after that winter tires make a huge difference. I was a non believer until I put a set of 4 on my wife's Cavalier 15 yrs ago, wow what a change. Winter is long and cold here and winter tires should be mandatory like they are in the Province of Quebec.
Any experienced opinions on the best aspect ratio for snow? I've heard that skinny tires have an advantage all else being equal. Makes sense but want to ask the experts.
AWD in the German cars is not same as 4WD in the Ranger or Jeep, don't know how the Audi or Mercedes system works but I assume its like the BMW, constant drive system modulated to front and rear.
AWD doesn't hack it for boondockin, still need my 4WD for that.
I've often done thw -1 thing when ordering snow tires for cars with fat tires. A 205/70 will go to 195/80. Works remarkably well.
Check www.tirerack.com for recommended sizes and tire/wheel packages.
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