Mud tires are used for driving in the mud or in sand. They keep a truck for getting stuck and digging a hole in the road.
A Mini Cooper will be fully crushed by a monster truck. It will most probably not get stuck in the tires of the large Monster Truck you plan to drive over it, though.
Standard monster truck tires are 66" in height.
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the guy with the truck needs to get his truck lowered by getting air out of his tires once you do that you can take his camera
There are a couple of options, depending on the degree to which the car is stuck. It sometimes helps to place long boards under the tires where the drive is. A flat, dry surface will allow the tires to get some traction and drive up onto dryer ground. The other option is to have the car pulled out of the mud by a wrecker or tow truck.
Yes, all vehicle tires have treads on them. Truck tires will usually have larger and deeper treads than regular sedans.
Get a bridge jack. Let the air out of the tires, and drive or pull it out.
You have a few choices for truck tires online. I would go with www.DiscountTire.com .
There are four types of truck tires: All terrain, all season (most common), off-roading and winter tires.
When you are shopping around for truck tires, there are a number of brand names out there that will be vying for your attention. However, with the high cost of truck tires you really should take the time to look into generic truck tires as well. Not only are these tires often comparable in quality to their brand name cousins, but they are a fraction of the price. Since these tires are so expensive, every bit helps.
Getting stuck in the snow and having your engine overheat is a very bad idea. You should turn the car off, let the engine cool, and call for a tow truck.