Tyres that will keep your SUV up and running from the best highways to the worst off-roads
For those of us who are off-road enthusiasts, we know how hard and frustrating sometimes is to change tyres every time you need to go on an off-road or start your working week. Spending up to 5 hours per week just changing tyres and probably 3 more to maintain everything is not only annoying but it is a major time and money waste. That is exactly why many people prefer having the comfort of all-terrain tyres that give them the option to be able to drive wherever they want, whenever they want.
All-terrain tyres are this great middle ground for many drivers because the way they are created is getting the best of both worlds. While made soft enough to drive as smoothly as possible on the paved road, they are hardened to still be able to take the rocky and sandy secondary roads. Usually, they are being made more for off-road terrain because that is the place where you need the most support for.
We can easily say that just like all-season tyres, all-terrain tyres are made to in a variety of weather and situations. In order to provide stability off the main roads, those tyres have tread with bigger blocks and wider spaces between the treads themselves. As well they have an interlocking tread that provides better stability and traction on mud, sand, and rocks.
Different than the mud and the extreme tyres which are made specifically for off-road, all-terrain tyres give you smoother driving and less noise when driving on the main roads. Usually, they are being estimated to be driven up to 80 500 km. so you don’t have to worry about being required to change them soon after you get them.
In that matter in order to make sure they sustain the longest life possible make sure every once per month or after every harsher for the SUV off-road driving, you check if they are working properly. As well make sure they are being nicely cleaned since mud and sand can cause a lot of damage not only for the tyres but for your vehicle in general. Only water and soap is just enough for that purpose.
Another thing drivers must check always is the wheels being aligned, especially if you start to see uneven damage on the tyres or you have less control on the vehicle when it comes to on-road.