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Off-Road vs All Season vs Winter Tires - TEST & Review

Does an all terrain off-road tire perform as well as an all season or winter tire in the winter, when driving on snow? all terrain off road tire offroad perform all season winter snow mild aggressive tested snow handling braking hill climb ice driving.

Does an all terrain off-road tire perform as well as an all season or winter tire in the winter, when driving on snow, dirt or mud? Which tire is perfect for overlanding and various terrain?

Here we will collect and maintain some useful tyre tests and comparison from the last years. 

2022 Promobil: Tyre Test specially for Bus/Van Camping Verhicles like VW California / Marco Polo 

2021 Tyre Reviews: Off-Road vs All Season vs Winter Tires - SNOW TEST!

2014 Expo Portal: Where the Rubber Meets the Road

You will certainly remember the big tyre comparisons from last years. Fresh in 2022, Promobil carried out a tyre test especially for the bus solutions based on the VW California / Mercedes Marco Polo that are becoming increasingly popular in the travel segment.
Does an all terrain off-road tire perform as well as an all season or winter tire in the winter, when driving on snow? all terrain off road tire offroad perform all season winter snow mild aggressive tested snow handling braking hill climb ice driving.

As usual, the Promobil troop has delivered a solid job, without now wanting to pick up those who really want to follow their own mud nose with the so-called off-road Bus vehicles. 

Have fun browsing - and being spoilt for choice. Especially with the VW Bus, the possible tyre dimensions and the necessary conversions, gained ground clearance - are not so easy. In addition to the conversion measures, the load capacity of the tyres must also be kept in mind.

As in past test reports, the BFG All-Terrain tyre did not fare so well. 

But at the end of the day, isn't this like choosing a bus platform for travelling?  A bus goes less far off-road than an off-road vehicle, it offers less comfort than a motorhome - but in the end it is a great compromise between the various demands such as: Everyday suitability, travelling comfort, driving comfort. The bus also cuts a good figure on the motorway and still fits under the 2m barrier at the beach accesses or in the underground garages.

It is not without reason that the BFG AT tyre is still a very popular tyre among long-distance travellers, despite some below-average tests since 2010. 

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