That's my hope.With the CC2s, you probably don’t really need dedicated snow tires anymore. Unless you live somewhere with REALLY bad winters.
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I would sell my winter tire/wheel combo.
We have really bad (as in cold) winters, but not crazy amounts of snow like one would expect with lake effect or mountain locations.
We also rarely have ice from freezing rain, but we do get ice at intersections after light snow until the city spreads the sand.
They rarely use salt, as the typical winter temps are below 0 F, when salt has little melting effect at those low temps.
BTW, I took my first ride today on the Michelin CC2's.
I could not believe the smoothness of ride compared to the Continental Winter Contact snow tires I had just removed.