The image below shows a clean Jeep and dirty tire tracks on a black paved parking lot. The tracks are dirtiest near the Jeep, less dirty at the bottom of the image, and even less dirty on the right side of the image.
At 10am, the Jeep and the parking lot were clean. At 4pm, it looked like this. In those 6 hours, what happened in order for the tracks and Jeep to look like this? It can all be explained by normal processes. For example, nobody was out there with a bucket of mud and a paintbrush.
The Jeep is full-sized, of standard construction, and in good working order. The pavement is level.
This image depicts something real that I once saw, although I’ve altered some minor details to make it harder to unravel. That’s why you’re looking at this cartoon image instead of a photograph. My graphics talents are limited, so please pretend that the tracks really came from this Jeep. For example, imagine that those dots on the pavement look like tire treads.