Off road vehicle tyres can be partially filled with water for increased weight, traction and less side wall flex. Water can't compress so do not fill more than 50% or some thing with give(can't compress water). Not suitable for high speed or doing jumps. Great for front wheel drive vehicles on dirt road or mud, i.e drag racing.
they are filled up with regular air that our tires use but some cheaters in monster truck racing fill their tires up with water to make sure they land on all fours.
When a vehicle hydroplanes, the friction the tires are against is something other than the roadway - typically, it's a layer of water between the tires and the roadway. As the water has much less resistance and friction than asphalt, the tires spin much more freely.
Yes, combined with worn tires and vehicle speed.
Water is way too heavy to put in tires, plus in the winter it will settle and freeze so your tires will be off balance. Also about the winter part, if you completely filled your tires with water and let the water freeze, the tires would explode, since water expands when it freezes.
It would depend on the weight of the vehicle, the vehicle's tires and the amount of water on the road.
When your vehicle tires ride on a thin layer of water, it is called, "Hydroplaning".
True. The tires are not actually touching pavement, but touching water, Rather hard to stop suddenly.
Bicycle tires have tubes, so you wouldn't have a tire filled with Slime. There are tubes pre-filled with Slime though.
Nitrogen is filled in aeroplane tyres.
Rubber is capable of supporting the weight of the vehicle because it is able to contain air. Car tires have tubes that are filled with air pressure and these can sustain the weight of a truck.
Hydroplaning or aquaplaning by a road vehicle occurs when a layer of water builds between the rubber tires of the vehicle and the road surface