Winter is coming again, and for friends in the north, the cost will be huge. In addition to the need to pay heating bills, winter clothes are not cheap. And in order to cope with snowy days, many consumers are still considering whether to replace snow tires. To tell the truth, for most consumers, the cost of replacing snow tires is not small. Snow tires like Michelin tires, if all replaced, are basically around 800 dollars. At this time, many car owners may also ask questions, that is, do snow tires really need to be replaced in winter? After all, snow tires are really not cheap. If you live in the Northeast, you will find that after 10.1, many riders will line up to go to the garage to replace the snow tires.