Originally Posted by Berzerklo
In a perfect world I would run separate summer & winter tires. Unfortunately I don't have the space for two sets so I have been running All-Seasons year round...
As many have stated, if you have the cash or know you will be driving a lot in snow or ice, dedicated winter tires would be ideal.
But since most of us only see rain and rarely drive or a lot of snow or ice, all-seasons are the best choice. I've been running Continental DWS' for two years and have no complaints, (ok maybe a bit of road noise), but have been flawless, especially paired with Subaru AWD.
Did my research and they were the best for my needs and aggressive driving. I drive thru Snoqualmie Pass a lot and have never had any trouble with them in snow, or its excessive rain during the winter months.
Looking forward to buying a new set when the time comes.