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Many modern snow tires still handle better in slush conditions when compared to all season tires. I'm not an expert, however I drive about 6 months a year in slush/snow conditions, averaging about 350 miles a week. My snow tires (designated for use in "severe snow" conditions with a snowflake) outperform all-season tires hands down in snow, ice, and slush conditions.

I'll defer to you on this point then. I have a lot of experience driving in arctic conditions, but it was a long time ago.

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