keltor wrote:You (PenGun) also probably drive winter tires year round, and probably sport studded tires during the winter, plus trucks are allowed chains - and your road designs are different to help cut down on ice sheeting. I've driven pretty much all over and can say that I'm not a big fan of snow anywhere where they get a lot of flooding, because a little bit of snow becomes a gigantic sheet of ice.
chuckula wrote:Don't exaggerate the situation!
It was more like 2" of snow that did it.
Neutronbeam wrote:And BTW--after Denver, Atlanta is the second-highest city above sea level. It is built on a ridge and the entire city is hills. When it ices you have to stay put.
Rectal Prolapse wrote:Chains are illegal except on logging roads, and studded tires are illegal in most provinces except maybe parts of Quebec and Ontario (maybe Manitoba?) and of course the northern provinces closer to the arctic circle.
Cars sold here come with all-season tires. That's it.
Arvald wrote:Quebec has a winter tire law that makes them mandatory for Quebec registered cars.
Damage wrote:Don't try to game the requirements by posting everywhere, guys, or I'll nuke you from space.
cynan wrote:The Seven Day Forecast. When Canadian winters drag on, government meteorologists go above and beyond to look out for their fellow Canadian's mental health.
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