When it comes to mounting snow tires on your vehicle, it is important that you put them on before the cold weather or the snow arrives. Both have an impact on your driving ability. Cold weather already makes the summer tires perform worse than winter tires as the rubber in the summer tire turns hard, which reduces the friction. So to avoid that, you need to make sure that you change to winter tires in time. If you fail to do the change before the temperature changes, it might be that you have to leave the car behind until the weather improves.
You want to make sure that you have a proper winter approved tire mounted. You will have three different types to choose from, an all-weather tire, a studded tire or then a non-studded tires. The choice depends on the most prominent weather conditions that you experience. Not so harsh winters tend to be perfect for an all-weather tyre or a non-studded tire and if you have really harsh winters, then the non-studded and the studded tires are the best option. A lot of icy conditions, then you tend to be best off with a studded winter tire.