First of all, I would like to express that I am satisfied with the Lassa Snoways 4 series, which I have been using for 2 seasons. The wear rate is less than I expected, yet it is around 10-15%. I did 16000km in 2 seasons. In terms of where I live, it did not upset me once in the harsh and harsh winter conditions. Of course, my vehicle has a great effect on this, but the tires surprised me. It greeted me as a tire that has successfully managed to climb even on hard snow with a bottom of about 30 cm. My vehicle is front-wheel drive and even though I had a sinking problem, it was able to oscillate without skidding too much. I provided a rating, but if I were to give an average score, I would say 10/8 by adding price/performance. Their patterns work well at keeping snow. When the vehicle tends to slip, the tires do not directly stop holding onto the road. If you are a driver who knows how to drive in winter conditions, Lassa Snoways 4 is quite enough for you. If we were to consider 3 tires in the form of Bridgestone Blizzak LM-005 / Dunlop Winter Sport 5/GoodYear UltraGrip Performance+, I would place them somewhere between them in a certain ratio for all conditions. In other words, it is not bad enough to be at the bottom of these, except for road noise, it is not in a position to be the best among them, so it is close to the ideals, neither at the bottom nor at the top. 2nd in some subjects and 3rd in some subjects.