Can You Hydroplane with Mud Tires?

Mud tires are more prone to hydroplaning because of their tread block patterns.

Tread blocks are the spaces between the treads of tires, which help clear out the mud and water from them.

M/T tires generally have large lugs without siping, and their layout isn’t the greatest for channeling water.

The problem is exacerbated by wider tread width, something difficult to avoid with a tire 35″ in diameter.

It is seen that most mud-terrain tires are unable to perform well in weathers of rain and on wet surfaces and roads.

It is seen that certain mud tires are prone to aqua planning, which can come out to be dangerous in rainy seasons.

The tires would always hydroplane on the roads at a certain speed, irrespective of being brand new in the state.