I have an older Yamaha Rhino as a ranch vehicle, to haul around wood, tools, fencing supplies, whatever. It’s not fast as it has the little (660 single) engine, by today’s standards. The typical off road tires get tore up quickly running on concrete or asphalt , so I picked up a set of DOT approved AT tires. Here in Idaho you can drive any off road vehicle on the pavement, rural or in town, ($10. Per year license plate) you just cannot get on any interstate highway.the little Yamaha only does about 45, but with the street tires, I’m going to start running it to the gas station, store, local burger joint etc. these terra bite AT radials are built like a standard street AT tire you would run on a mini truck or Jeep.