examples of tires
Depending on the intended conditions and uses, tire construction (e.g., type of rubber, tread design, width) varies widely.
Tire whose tread is fitted with metal studs, which provide a good grip on icy roads.
Wide tire that withstands particularly high temperatures and offers superior performance in holding the road and handling turns.
Tire characterized by ridges providing a good grip on snow- and ice-covered roads.
Tire designed for driving on roads that are dry, wet or slightly snow-covered.
Tire designed for driving on dry or wet roads, but not recommended for snow or ice.