Originally Posted by andnkuhn
I am really leaning towards getting a set of PSS for the summer. I have RFT, which i used this winter in northern VA with few issues.
relatively speaking, which tires the RFT or the PSS is "Better" for cold weather or snow?
I'm wondering if i can use RFTs in the winter because we get very little snow here.
Neither one is really designed for cold weather or snow. I drive my car very little in the winter...only if I have to and never in snow. Technically, the PSS (And the run-flats) are summer performance tires...but I can tell you the PSS is great in the rain and better than the run-flats.
Sure, you can drive either tire in the snow, I would not recommend it unless you're in a giant parking lot practicing your drifting skills. Plus, some would argue (Though I haven't experienced it) that you will wear a summer tire quicker by driving on it in the cold...