I'm less risk adverse, haha; you are probably just fine with a great summer tire on our wet roads; I know many that do. It's more the winter aspect as summer tires harden, lose traction and shouldn't be driven in wintery conditions (under 45 dg). When I had a summer set and a winter set, I'd use only the summers in end of April to beginning of October. So not far out of your range. My car is my almost daily so I like a good all season for our climate, and can still go on some spirited drives/auto-x track if I choose. Just my centsVery generous offer and thank you. I should really decide between all seasons and summers. I’ve had summers since new and been just fine. But perhaps i have just been stupid, because i drive it into November and in the rain. Now something more to think about.
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