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On the highway, the high void ratio of the Crushers made for some pretty decent road humming that would rival some of the more nasty mud tires, but it was still a radial and therefore bearable. The tires tracked quite well on the road with 30 pounds of pressure in them, and any pulling from side to side was most likely due to the width of the tire grabbing any cracks or deformations in the road. We didn't get a chance to try it on any wet streets due to the season of testing, but the Crushers did have a some minimal siping lines on each tread block which does help in wet conditions. Since there was no central tread configuration and instead more of separate "dog bone" lugs, there was some resistance to it rolling down the road as smoothly as an all-terrain tire would.