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In cold regions, such as Alaska, using studded tires is common among the public when driving in icy and snowy conditions. However, studded tires cause extensive wear to asphalt pavement, reducing pavement life. This study utilized wear rate models and proposed a methodology to quantify the pavement damage as a result of studded tires. The approach is applied in a case study from a sample of Alaska statewide road segments. Parking lot surveys and household surveys were employed to examine thedoi:10.5281/zenodo.3756187 fatcat:ezaibcxu7zhr7io4b7oibn4rwu