“Summer tires last for 20,000-40,000 miles depending on driving habits and weather conditions, while all-season tires last for 60,000 miles most of the time.”
You know it’s a sign to replace your tires when a tread wear indicator appears as a solid band across the tread - but it is good to take note of the difference in tread life across tire types.
Summer tires boast superior performance on dry surfaces but its performance is substantially reduced in the snow and ice. They usually last for 20,000-40,000 miles, depending on driving habits and weather conditions.
All-season tires, as the name suggests, provide good performance through all seasons, hot and cold. They usually last for about 60,000 miles, but this could be shortened by frequent highway driving.