High Speed Driving - Do's and Don'ts


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kumar,
he's saying about all terrain & mud terrain Tyres.
some of these Tyres have very aggressive pattern, which means wide grooves and less rubber in contact with flat tar. so braking distance might be More.

but for Indian roads when tar is often dusty and with potholes etc. I've found AT performs better than HT (highway terrain)
 

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