Light Truck & Mud Tires

Heavy Workloads For Both On & Off-Road

Ensure your tires work as hard as you do with SUV & Light truck tires from Miles Tire. Built tough to resist wear, and impressive tread life, our light truck tires are designed for heavy workloads, so your vehicle can work smarter, not harder both on and off-road. Light truck tires differ from normal car tires. Their tough construction prevents tire damage, and their tread design provides good traction even in poor conditions. Durable and reliable, our truck tires are what your truck needs.

Many Light truck tires are available in a P-metric or LT (heavier ply) construction for hauling heavier loads or towing. If your SUV or truck has LT in the sidewall size (or door plate), you must replace these with LT rated tires. P-metric tires can be upgraded to LT ply ratings to allow heavier payload stability.

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Mud Tires

All-Weather tires are an excellent choice for many Canadian drivers. The best selection of all-weather tires are available at Miles Tire
Great On or Off Road Performance

The light truck mud terrain tire is designed for enthusiasts who require extra ground clearance, load-carry capacity and off-road capability. The deep lugs offer superior traction in loose sand and mud.

As the lugs voids are larger than the all-terrain tread, wear is typically shorter and road noise is higher than other tread designs. Mud-terrain tires have reduced traction on ice and slush as heavy siping is usually avoided to keep the lugs clear of loose materials such as sand, rock and mud.

All-Terrain Tires

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Rugged Looks, All Purpose Tire

The all terrain light truck tire offers added traction for light trucks, vans and SUVs with more durability for rougher conditions that a highway tread tire. The lug tread contributes to reduce slippage in marginal conditions. Many all-terrain tires include a mud & snow designations clearing them for occational mountain pass usage.

Because the lug is not as deep as a mud terrain, they are more quiet on hardpack and highway surfaces and typically wear better.

Winter Tires

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The very best in winter traction

Winter tires are not just for snow but also for frost, ice, slush and all cold weather conditions; perfect for the Vancouver winter driving conditions. Winter tires feature enhanced snow tire traction technology for dig, grip and braking; maintaining traction in low temperatures even with a thin water layer on ice. Winter tires are one of the most researched and technically advanced products you will ever install on your vehicle.

Although a all-season tire with a M&S (Mud & Snow) rating will keep the authorities happy when travelling outside the Vancouver Lower mainland (GVRD). True winter tires are much safe if you travel regularily at high elevations or in the mountain roads like the Sea To Sky or Coquihalla.

Highway Tires

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Quietest ride, longest tire life

A highway tread is an all-season, light truck tire designed for optimal ride comfort, quiet performance and handling during city and highway use.

Many offer a continuous shoulder rib which leads to longer wear, the best fuel economy and a quiet ride. The trade-off is loss of traction in off-road conditions.


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