If you’ve ever driven down any road, you’ve seen the ruts in the lanes. These are the spots where most cars drive and where the road is slightly more worn than other parts. These could also be spots where different levels of pavement exist. Normally, that’s not too big of a deal, but sometimes your RV could seem to be riding in these ruts all by itself. This is called Rut Tracking. You may not think it’s a problem, but any control taken away from the driver, no matter how minute it seems, is cause for concern. The probable causes for excessive Rut Tracking are insufficient front end weight or the type of tire used.