The difference between off-road tires and road tires:


1. The cross-country pattern groove is wide and deep, the pattern grounding area is small, and the grip is larger. The characteristic of the transverse pattern is that the tread is horizontally continuous and longitudinally disconnected, which is suitable for medium or heavy trucks with relatively large traction on general hard roads; the tangential force between the tread and the road surface is smaller than that of off-road vehicle tires.
2. Because of the large contact pressure of the tread block and the high rolling resistance of off-road tires, long-term driving on good hard roads will increase tire wear, increase fuel consumption, and vehicle driving vibration is also relatively severe, so it is suitable for rugged roads and soft soil roads. And use in areas with no roads.