When the winter is coming to an end and the winter conditions that required the use of winter approved either winter tires or all-weather tires is changing to more spring conditions, it is time to change tires. If you are using studded tires as your choice of snow tires, then there might be date restrictions for when the latest date they can be used. If you are using non-studded tires you can keep them on a bit longer before you change to all-season tires. The longer you keep on your winter approved tires, the less likely it is that there will be recurring winter weather before the spring weather stays and the summer commences.
If you are using all-weather tires, you can keep them and drive with them all-year round. There is then no need to change to all-season tires. If you decide to use only one set of tires for the whole year, you will need to make sure that you maintain them carefully. When you change tires between the seasons, the tire experts that change the tires for you get a chance to evaluate them and also rotate them. This you still need to take into account and you should take your car once or twice per year to the tire shop for a tire rotation and even more often if you drive an electric vehicle or hybrid.
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