A car with off-road tires will have a harder time accelerating, braking, and handling turns at high speeds
Off-road tires are heavier and higher than on-road tires. Because of this, there is a trade-off between on-road and off-road performance.
Since off-road tires have thicker treads and a higher profile than on-road tires, they are harder to accelerate, handle turns at high speeds, and brake.
Off-road tires have thicker treads and a higher profile which creates more surface area for traction which can make off-road driving easier.
Mud terrain tires can take on all types of tough terrain, but they are primarily designed for off-road uses. These are the perfect tires if you want to explore rough territory
The mud tires are durable tires that will give you a longevity span of 40,000 miles and a minimum never less than 20,000.