On-road all-terrain tires are designed primarily for highway driving. In my experience, unlike their off-road counterparts, these tires feature a less aggressive tread pattern, which results in a smoother and quieter ride. Additionally, they generally excel in wet conditions and handling performance.
However, as a trade-off, these tires offer inferior performance on loose ground compared to off-road all-terrain tires. Consequently, their performance in slush and deep snow also tends to be less impressive.
Below, I’ve listed a few examples and my personal favorites in this category.