Originally Posted by Decipher
Not only are they not recommended, but they are also extremely dangerous to drive on...not just in snow. The rubber compound gets very rigid in temps below 40 degrees. Anyone driving on them and claims they're okay is only kidding themselves. It's not okay to drive summer tires in the winter. You're a danger to yourself and other drivers.
Though I live in Louisiana, sounds like the best thing I can do in the winter is get a set of all season tires. We almost never get snow, and seldom reach temps in the 20's. We do have plenty of mornings with the temps in the 30's.