SUVs and their tire options

SUV all-weather tires

You need to realize that your SUVs will need to be equipped with proper premium SUV tires. You will need special SUV all-season tires and SUV winter tires unless you opt to go for SUV all-weather tires. Whatever your choice is, make sure that you purchase premium quality tires to ensure that you will have good and durable tires.

High-quality premium tires also have lower rolling resistance, which means lower tire wear and lower fuel consumption. This continuous cost reduction can save you a lot of money in the long run as you drive. If your SUV is electric or hybrid, make sure that the tires have been indicated that they can be used for these heavier and higher torque vehicles, where the wear is higher.  If you are an owner of a hybrid or electric SUV, then make sure that look for the tires that are indicated for this.

Ensure that you rotate the tires often enough to even out differences in wear between the front and the rear tires. This will lead to a longer tire lifetime and will work toward that you can change all four tires at the same time.

For winter conditions, choose an SUV winter tire that is either studded or non-studded or a winter-approved all-season tire. They will all work well in all winter conditions. For ice, though, the SUV studded tires will be your best bet to have the best possible grip.

Make sure that you change to winter tires in good time before the winter arrives, that is, if you don’t have all-weather tires mounted. Also check the tire pressure to ensure that you have the correct tire pressure, as low tire pressure can also lead to higher tire wear and higher fuel costs.

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