How long do thermal tires last?

“Summer tires last 20,000 to 40,000 miles depending on driving habits and weather conditions, while all-season tires last 60,000 miles most of the time.”

Long life summer tires and all-season tires
It’s best to replace your tires when the wear indicator shows a continuous line across the tread – but it’s good to know the difference in tread life between different tires.

“Summer tires have high performance on dry surfaces, but their performance is significantly reduced on snow and ice.” It is usually between 20,000 and 40,000 kilometers, depending on driving habits and weather conditions.

All-season tires, as their name suggests, work well in all seasons, hot and cold. They are usually 60,000 kilometers, but the length may be less due to high driving.