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Winter tyres transform driving in the months between October and Easter when the temperature usually drops below 7 degrees. This is why it’s mandatory in most European countries. Winter tyres excel in cold wet conditions and with most people usually having a car 2 to 3 years and going through two sets of summer tyres it makes sense to have one set of each. Summer tyres go hard when the temperature drops below 7 degrees, In Michelin tests their winter tyres were stopping 6 meters before their summer tyres at only 50mph on just cold wet tarmac! Let alone snow & ice, so whether it’s snowing or not you’re still using rubber and with winter tyres you get the benefit, there not just for snow.