ATV tires do impact your ATV performance. Just like how ATV shocks help with the smoothness level of your ride, the tires you choose will also help determine how successful your ride is.  Here are a few things to remember when dealing with your tires.

First, you need to decide what kind of tires you like. What do you care about more – your ride or the amount of tread on the tire? This will help with the type of tires that you choose.

If you know you are going to be in certain terrain a lot you can cater your tire purchase based on this too. For example, if you know you are going to be sloshing through mud most of the time mud tires would be an excellent investment. However, these would not be the best tires for tight, pack dirt trails.

If you do a lot of ATVing in sand dunes there are actual sand tires that may do the trick. When there is a lot of sand its easy for vehicles to dig too deep in to it. Sand tires are very flexible and help your ATV avoid this problem.

Having the correct tires can also ensure that you do not have to worry about your vehicle getting stuck on the trail. If you are going through heavy mud or sand and don’t have the right tires your vehicle will easily get stuck. This can become a big safety concern.

There are also tires that are specifically used for sporting. These tires are for people wanting to ride in motocross tournaments. These tires are usually more expensive, so should only be used for races or practicing.

There are some tires that work well with a lot of different surfaces. One of those is the trail tire. These can handle a lot of different situations while on the trail.

And finally, if you want something that will work with most conditions you can also use an all-purpose tire. These all-purpose tires, or all-terrain tires, really help with any situation. So, as mentioned before with the ATV shocks, you need to pay as much attention to your tires as you do to your ATV shocks. They can really make a difference with how you enjoy your ATVing.