All Season Tires
An all season tire is simply a compromise. It's not truly the very best at anything, but it can do everything effectively. The primary advantage over a summer tire is that with more tread depth, they are less susceptible to hydroplaning. When it concerns damp driving, the compound is extremely essential with regards to grip. That said, if the compound can not touch the road (when it comes to hydroplaning, where the tire is incapable of pressing the water beyond the contact spot) then all bets are off, and it's clearly better to have something that can in fact preserve contact.
The tread compound will use more than a summer season tire at high temperature levels, and carry out worse than a winter tire in low temperature levels. The factor they're so typical is since it's a one size fits all. Put on all seasons, and you're all set for any season. Tire technology has actually come up until now that it's a perfectly acceptable solution; it just won't offer maximum efficiency.