There are ways to prepare for driving safely in winter weather, and we can help at MINI of Portland. If you want to know which type of tires that you need, read further to understand the difference between winter tires and all-season tires.

If you're driving in areas with little snow, then all-season tires are probably suitable. If you reside in an area that has frequent, heavy snow with black ice, then you should have a set of winter tires mounted before winter sets in because winter tires have more biting edges and deeper tread patterns.

If you're in need of winter tires, be sure to have a full set mounted. If you only have the front tires changed, it can increase your chances of skidding. When only the rear tires are changed, the front tires can lose traction, which will make it almost impossible to steer if you start to skid on ice.


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