Can I fit a mix of summer and winter tyres to my car?

Can I fit summer tyres to the front of my Audi A3 and all-weather tyres to the rear?

Asked on 29 July 2020 by Nick Morgan

Answered by Dan Powell
No, this would destabilise the car. The rear of the vehicle would have substantially more grip than the front. And in all likelihood, this would cause an accident.
Similar questions
Can I fit new all weather tyres to the front of my Honda CR-V 2.2 i-DTEC and have summer tyres on the rear which still have a lot of tread?
Are all weather tyres compatible with summer tyres? Can I have summer tyres on the front and all weather tyres on the rear of a 4 wheel drive?
I recently took my car (2017 Citroen C3 Picasso) to my local dealers for a slow puncture problem. I get free puncture repairs with my service plan. They diagnosed a split in the sidewall, which meant I...
Related models
Comfortable and high quality premium hatchback, low emissions diesel engines including economical 1.6 TDI, very refined at speed yet handles well in corners.

Value my car

Save £75 on Warranty using code HJ75

with MotorEasy

Get a warranty quote

Save 12% on GAP Insurance

Use HJ21 to save on an ALA policy

See offer