What are the differences?
Summer tires handle and grip well on dry and wet roads, and work best above 7°C.
Look out for these technologies in our summer tires:
If you get light snowfall and temperatures that rarely drop below freezing in winter, then you might want to consider all-season tires.
Goodyear all-season tires meet high standards for performance in winter conditions and bear the same ‘M+S‘ and ‘Snowflake’ designations as winter tires. This means you can use them in countries where winter tires are required by law.
Choose all-season tires if: