I have much all weather experience driving in Maryland and I am not an aggressive driver but I do like the feel of a sportier tire and do like to throw the car through turns for fun. I previously had two sets of Conti DWS. The DWS do everything pretty well including snow. But, they offer little excitement. I didn't realize this until I got the Michelin Sport A/S 3. The A/S 3 is a very responsive tire than handles incredibly well in dry or wet. The only down side to the tires that I have found is snow traction where they fell short. My A/S 3's are well into the wear indicators and still handle great even in wet. A/S 3+ here I come!
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