Good summer tires handle rain just fine too. All seasons have their place though. Where I live, it rarely snows and for about 1/3 the year it does wacky things like drop below freezing overnight, but get into the 40's or 50's during the day. Summer tires are like roller skate wheels at 25 degrees and winter tires feel sloppy at 50. So I use all seasons as my "winter tires", then go dedicated summer tires from April to November.
Delaware ftw!I do the same. AS in the winter and summer the rest of the year.
Don’t need winter tires around these parts. Little snow plus it’s flat AF unless you live close to the PA line.
YesI’m a big fan of the Pilot Sport AS3+ Is that considered an all season in your book?
Your tires smell of elderberriesYour tires are filled with marinara, just like your disgusting pizza and your winter compound is as greasy as your crusts in our mid atlantic heat.