Few choices affect your bottom line as much as choosing the right truck tires. And that selection process begins by determining how you use your truck and where it will go (also known as "application"). The correct tires can make a huge difference in traction, comfort and fuel economy.(And the wrong tires can be a huge headache.)
To find the perfect fit for your vehicle, you can research by Position (Steer Tires, Drive Tires or Trailer Tires) or by Application (Highway, Regional, Urban, Coach/Bus, On/Off Road). Or if you don't know, you can search by size, and we'll do the hard work for you.
Much of what you need to know about a truck tire can be found in its name. Look at the tire name below (the Uniroyal® RD30™ highway drive tire) to understand how tires are named and how they work.
|Application||H = Heavy Duty (On/Off Road)
L = Long Haul
R = Regional
|Position||S = Steer
D = Drive
T = Trailer
|Index||Number at the end of the designation used to denote product evolution or attributes.|