RV tires are similar to ST or Special Trailer tires. These tires can be manufactured with radial or bias ply constructions which will affect the manner the tire can be controlled and their performance. Their construction is often strengthened to ensure they maintain the ideal tire shape under the weight of the RV and its passengers. It is important that the correct weight capacity tire is chosen for your RV for safety reasons. Often RV tires are not used regularly. As a result, these tires are molded from stronger compounds and feature ribbed tread design to ensure a slower and even wear along the tread area.
RV tires are capable of handling higher weights with ease, which ensure the tire to carry and withstand the RV’s weight.
Radial and Bias
RV tires can come with radial or bias construction, which determines their controllability and load durability greatly.
These tires feature stronger compounds and they have a similar tread to trailer tires to prevent premature tread wear.