I have a 1998 Turbo Diesel Pickup that we take to town (ElPaso, 90 miles away), twice, sometimes three times a month, rain, or shine. We live a mile off the closest paved road, and the mile long dirt road, gets "interesting" when it gets soaked. (does the phrase dog excrement on wet grass give you an idea HOW slick?).
The problem is that MT's don't last long on the road to ElPaso, it was built out of that recycled garbage, is rough, very noisy, and wears out ANY tires on anything quickly, and my truck uses 245X75-16's, which don't have many AT's that are affordable to someone on V.A. Disability checks. It seems like these tires might do the trick for a pickup that is NEVER wheeled, (it's only 2WD), but needs to be able to travel that wet clay mile long road several times a year.