Can I drive summer tires in 30 degree weather?
The simple answer is — no you shouldn’t. Summer performance tires are simply not designed for near- or below-freezing temperatures. Here’s a quick explanation of why. Summer performance tires feature tread rubber compounds engineered to provide traction in warm to hot temperatures only.
What temperature should you stop using summer tires?
Matching the right tires to the right season
When the seasonal temperature falls below 7 °C (46 °F), it’s time to switch to winter tires. Winter tires perform well in all cold weather conditions, ranging from snow and ice to wet and cold dry roads.
When should I replace my pilot sport 4S?
The answer is around 40,000-85,000 miles. The Pilot Sport 4S is a tire specialized for summer, so it will be on the lower end of this range.