Plus 7 DEGREES CELSIUS is temperature when winter tires should not be driven long distances ON DRY PAVEMENT
When temperatures begin to hit seven degrees Celsius and higher, it’s a good time to consider switching from winter to summer tires. Summer tires begin to lose some of their grip as the temperature drops below this point, while winter tires begin to wear out and offer less response as the thermometer rises above seven degrees.
BEWARE OF A LATE SNOWFALL this time of year, as it is bound to happen
It’s safe to say that a winter tire on dry pavement is better than a summer tire in a winter storm. As such, it’s good practice to wait for long-term weather forecast to be in the plus temperature side, before committing to switching your tires over. In Saskatchewan, mid March up to the end of April is normally the season that winter tires are usually changed to summer rubber.
One tip for that we always recommend to our clients, is to pre-book your appointment for a date that you feel comfortable. Therefor your spot is assured, and you wont be disappointed when trying to book at the last minute.