If you’re getting ready to replace your tires and can’t decide between snow tires vs. all-season tires, then we’re here to help.
When it comes to snow tires vs. all-season tires, the right choice for you depends largely on where you live. The cold weather is closing in on us, so if you’re getting ready to replace your tires and you’re having trouble deciding, we’re here to help.
If you live in an area that usually doesn’t get worse than light snow, all-season tires will last you throughout the whole year. These are made to give you a great ride year-round, so you get a nice, quiet ride and good traction in light snow. With all-season tires, you sacrifice some of the more tailored features of summer and winter tires, but in moderate climates you probably won’t notice a difference.
On the other hand, if you live in a place that gets very cold and experiences heavy snowfall and icy roads, you’ll probably want to switch over to winter tires for the season. The grip is specifically made to grip well onto ice and wet roads, and many drivers report feeling much more in control of their vehicle when using winter tires. Don’t leave these on year-round though—summer and all-season tires are better for spring and summer.
The GM College Discount Program allows students and recent graduates to purchase or lease new and used GM vehicles at a reduced price.
The General Motors College Discount Program is a unique and extremely beneficial program offered by GM to students who are in college, nursing school, or graduate school or who have graduated in the last two years. This encompasses a huge number of Americans, making GM’s program one of the most wide-reaching discount programs in the industry.
The program allows students and recent graduates to purchase or lease new and used GM vehicles at a reduced price. If you’re eligible, you just need proof of enrollment or a diploma dated less than two years previous, and you can buy or lease up to two cars per year under the discount program.
The GM College Discount Program also allows students to make their first payment 90 days after leasing or buying an eligible vehicle and financing it through GM Financial. Payments aren’t just deferred—General Motors makes those first two payments for you.
If you’re a student or recent grad looking for a great deal on a new car, the GM College Discount Program is perfect for you, so look into GM’s incredibly diverse lineup and then come to Tom Naquin Chevrolet for a test drive!