There are a lot of important parts that make up your vehicle, but car tires are crucial to your everyday commute. Unlike other key components on your ride, these touch the road and take a major pounding. Whenever you start seeing noticeable wear or fading tread, you should consider upgrading them as soon as possible. Here are some important features and types of car tires to consider before making a purchase.
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Types of Tires
Passenger tires are constructed with higher profiles to reduce noise and create a comfortable ride. As a result, these models can handle an everyday commute exceptionally well.
Light Truck Tires
Light truck tires are specially constructed to support heavy loads on mid-size and heavy-duty trucks or SUVs.
Mud tires use large, block-style tread patterns to give vehicles improved grip on dirt, sand or gravel surfaces. The deep tread design allows them efficiently dig into these kinds of surfaces, letting mud move in and out of the tread without getting stuck.
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