That means I can cut driving on snow tires by month in the fall and month in the spring, and wear them out less.
The Michelin A/S3 and 3+ are pretty much summer tires. The results the post in wet and dry is outstanding for A/S tire.I've been saying that for years.. it was popular here to recommend summer tires for everything.. but then I would have to run winter tires 5-6 months instead of 3-4. Now dont get me wrong if we were talking about a VETTE or some other car that deserves top tier summer rubber.. I understand. but I was refering to daily driver vehicles.
Dont have a car to use these particular Michelin tires on, but interesting to see if these are an improvement.. and how much.