These choices are very much driven by local climate and household status. We are a 2 person household with a LEAF that is only driven for chores and the Tesla that is used for longer trips. I elected to put 3PMSF 'all season' tyres on the LEAF for year round use and to buy a winter set of tyres and wheels for the Tesla in addition to the OEM set. I don't have any problem swapping tyre sets twice a year at home for the Tesla since I would rotate them anyway.LeftieBiker wrote: ↑Tue Oct 01, 2019 12:12 pmWe have the Toyo Celsius on the PIP as I've mentioned before. It is a 4 season Winter tire, meaning it is essentially a Winter-biased all-season tire. It is good in snow and the only issue I've had with it is the car's steering doesn't want to self-center any more with them on all 4 wheels. It doesn't resist being centered manually, it just doesn't do it by itself.
This is probably overkill for my climate but we do get >4 inches of snow a couple times each season and temperatures drop into the 20s F (and rarely into the teens) for a couple months each winter season. I figure this is good value to reduce the chance of a wintry day accident.