This is a great question there are so many different types and sizes of Tyre’s that can be used for many different uses. It is best to talk to the experts and we can help guide you through the right choice.
We strongly recommend that 4×4 vehicles use identical sets of four tyres (same size, make, pattern, load index/speed symbol). The exception is when different front to rear sizes are specified by the vehicle manufacturer. We also recommend Off-Road 4WD tyres for Australian outback driving as well.
Your tyres have to handle a wide variety of climatic conditions: rain, strong wind, fog, snow, ice and so on. These all affect Tyre performance and you need to adapt your driving style to suit each weather type. We recommend that before you go on a long trip you check the condition of your car and tyres.
If you notice that they look a bit flat check the PSI, if they’re still flat you could have a puncture. Which can easily be fixed. They also might be bold so new tyres might be needed. It is better to be safe than sorry, we all know worn tyres don’t brake well.