There are many reasons why you should not use winter tires this summer. First off, winter tires are built to stick to the cold ground. This allows the tires to plow through snow, ice, and freezing rain. When winter tires are on warm roads, they do not stick to the ground, so they do not get hard and tough. Instead, they get weak.

Another danger of using winter tires in the summer is that the tires can possibly blow out. This happens when the winter tires take on too much heat, which they are not built for in the first place.

If you use winter tires in the summer, you are going to have to change tire pressure from each tire almost every day. This means putting air in one or two tires and releasing air from one or two tires.



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