# All-season tires

The ultimate tire all-rounder: the all-season tire

Enjoy every season with all-season tires

All-season tire sidewall

A tire for all seasons, Continental’s all-season range makes no compromise in milder parts of the world. Rather it combines the best of both summer and winter tires for the perfect all-rounder.

In some countries, winter means freezing cold temperatures, heavy snow and icicles on every ledge. But in other places, winter can mean only cold weather, rain and an occasional dusting of snow. The same is true in summer: in some countries the heat can reach scorching temperatures of 40°C; while in other locations, the seasonal high will only ever reach about 28°C.

If you live in a moderate climate, you can enjoy a smooth ride in every season with all-season tires from Continental. Read on to discover more! 

Be in control, with a tire that knows no season

All-season tires could be the alternative for you because...

  • They combine the best of summer and winter tires into one all-season tire that performs well in both warm and cold, wet and dry weather conditions
  • All-season tires mean drivers can use the same set of tires all year round, with no seasonal changes required
  • Your local climate is key. All-season tires are developed to perform well in milder climates
  • Regular checking and maintenance of your tires is the way to ensure optimal performance and safety

Find out more about all-season tires below

We´ll keep you safe no matter the season

How all-season tires work

Continental all-season tires blend the technologies of summer and winter tires into all-season tires that give superb performance in all but the most extreme weather conditions. Read on to learn what makes all-season tires different from winter and summer tires and find out if they are right for you and your motoring needs.

Woman in a car

All-season tire buying guide

All-season tires can give motorists the best of both worlds: a tread depth suitable for most weather conditions, an impressive tread life and freedom from changing and storing your summer and winter tires each year. However, seasonal tires can still be the best choice for you, and in some cases increase fuel efficiency.

Car mounting Continental all-season tires

Find out if all-season tires are right for you, discover which all-season tire is best for passenger cars, EVs, SUVs or trucks, and learn to recognize the all-weather symbol on your sidewall.


All-season tires for motorhomes

All-season tires can be a great choice for your RV: all-round safety, reliable traction in a wide range of weather conditions and superb handling and performance. All-season RV tires have been developed to perform all year round in moderate climates. Read on to leran why all-season tires can be the most practical choice for motorhomes.

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Tread depth, tire laws and when to change all-season tires

Whether you are thinking of purchasing, or already are the owner of all-season tires, there are some important things to know about them when it comes to safety, tread depth and legal requirements. This article explores each of these factors so you can be well informed when it comes to owning all-season tires.

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Test results for all-season tires

At Continental, we could talk all day about the quality of our all-season tires. But you don’t need to take our word for it! Tire reviews and impartial tests affirm the performance and reliability of our all-season tires.

If you live in a moderate climate and are on the hunt for all-season tires for your car, RV, van or SUV, take a look at how independent tire reviews, ratings and tests have assessed Continental’s all-season tire range.


Aquaplaning with all-season tires

Even if you only ever drive in mild winter weather where snow and ice are not a worry, you still need to be aware of slippery roads. Why?

aquaplaning

It’s not the snow and ice that are slippery, it’s the thin layer of water that builds up between the road surface and the tire of a car. It can happen in any season, but the risk is higher in wet winter weather. Find out more about the phenomenon of aquaplaning or hydroplaning, how to avoid it and how to react if it happens.

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Driving in winter rain

Winter means snow? Sure, but in most places, winter also means rain. Lots of rain. As with all winter driving conditions, driving in the rain is a lot more challenging than driving on dry roads in the sunshine. Wet roads pose a greater risk to drivers and demand more of your car, its safety features and, in particular, its tires. Find out how to navigate a heavy shower safely.

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