All-terrain tires are used on trucks that are driven on paved roads and unpaved trails in equal measure. Their features include more aggressive tread patterns than highway tires, which allow the tire to deal with dirt, mud, and other elements a highway tire can’t handle. While not as aggressive as a true mud terrain tire, they provide a quieter, more comfortable ride on the road. Tired of getting stuck when you leave the pavement? If so, a set of all-terrain tires are probably worth your consideration.
All-Terrain vs Highway Terrain
When looked at side by side, it's easy to see the difference in tread between a highway (HT) tire and an all-terrain (AT) tire.