Good advice---You have to make a couple of decisions.
First, runflats or non runflats. The runflats are a little stiffer and maybe a little noisier, but they save you being stranded if you pick up a nail.
Second, Summer or All season. If you are going to be on the road when the temperature is much below 40 to 50 degrees I'd recomment the all season, as the summer tires tend to be very skittish when cold. Unless you are going to track the car you don't give up much warm weather traction for the extra security of the all seasons. (Disclaimer: I have a set of the Michelin A/S runflats and have been very satisfied with them after about 12,000 miles.)
Once you decide, start reading tire reviews, talk with other owners, and pick what seem best to you.
Welcome to the site! I too live in NoVa and I run the Nitto Invos, they are GREAT anytime there isnt anything white on the ground.Thanks guys for the advice. I think I'm going to like this site and Love my Corvette.
Blue Eyed Girl
good info for her !:thumbsup3:If you go to Tirerack.com, you can click on "surveys" and get some great ratings for many tire characteristics on each model tire. It can help you choose the truly best tire for what you use your car for. GREAT info and a lot of it at Tire Rack. Also, their tire and shipping costs are low and no sales tax. They also run some sales worth watching for.