Most of our equipment has tracks and tires designed to operate on specific types of terrain. Our pickups, however, don’t have that luxury. They must run on a large variety of surfaces including dry pavement, wet pavement, sub base, slick rock, gravel, sand, hard-packed dirt, soft dirt, mud, snow and ice. Since we can’t make NASCAR-like pit stop to change tires and wheels just before hitting the job site, we need tires that handle varying terrain. We look for pavement performance, sound reduction, handling and off-road traction.