I orginally ran BF Goodrich Traction T/A until they quit producing the tires in my size. I looked at my options and the Michelin Hydroedge suck out for a couple of reasons, the 90k mile warrenty and the design. Right away my car ran smoother and didn't feel as bumpy as before. In wet weather these tires are a lot better than my pervious tires, no sliding. I'm not sure how they handle in snow because I didn't buy these until April. However, you have to roate these tires every 7K miles, it states so in the warrenty and keep check on the air pressure and you are good to go.