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Snow chain Weissenfels & Thule: £49.99 + £8 postage @ Snowchains Europroducts

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snow chain to fit most cars from £49.99. Please note that these are high quality Thule or Weissenfels and not cheap cheap alternatives
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Bizarrely insurers are charging up to 20% extra in premiums when you tell them you have these fitted

Guess its cos you are telling them you are driving around in the snow & ice so are more at risk than most others who tend to stay off the roads.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/mobile/business-11969958

Edited By: csiman on Dec 11, 2010 06:27
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longster
Last time I saw one of these it was some knob picking it up from the outside lane of the dual carriageway last week when it had fallen off his BMW! Probably came off because there was no snow on the road. Either that or he was just a knob!
Well he WAS driving a BMW - what more proof do you need? :pAnyway, he probably found that he couldn't tailgate properly with them on.
Wow, Jasper Carrot gags are alive and well in here! I shall dig out my piano tie, best 80's suit with the rolled up sleeves and we can go down the wine & oyster bar yah? Ciao, fax me!
Touched a nerve have we?
Just a smidge.Any more sweeping generalisations to follow? How do you feel about black people or students?

No problems with them, just BMW drivers ;)
BigAde
joylove
BigAde
longster
Last time I saw one of these it was some knob picking it up from the outside lane of the dual carriageway last week when it had fallen off his BMW! Probably came off because there was no snow on the road. Either that or he was just a knob!
Well he WAS driving a BMW - what more proof do you need? :pAnyway, he probably found that he couldn't tailgate properly with them on.
Wow, Jasper Carrot gags are alive and well in here! I shall dig out my piano tie, best 80's suit with the rolled up sleeves and we can go down the wine & oyster bar yah? Ciao, fax me!
Touched a nerve have we?
Just a smidge.

Any more sweeping generalisations to follow? How do you feel about black people or students?
rubbishmail
I tell you, it's snow joke! :(But on a serious note, this country is useless. I would use chains if easy to put on and were at a fair price. Winter tyres are some £100-£200 each (so I am told) plus the cost of a garage to remove your old ones and replace. Plus how do you take 4 tyres home easily? Plus where to store the other tyres??
Winter tyres at the moment have gone stupidly expensive because there's such high demand all of a sudden (I wonder why?!). Ordinarily winter tyres are not really any more expensive than normal summer tyres; case in point, I just bought 4 Continental WinterContact 195/65/R15 tyres for £65 fully fitted. I think that offer's finished now though.

True, not everyone has the space to transport or store 4 tyres. Some tyre places will store your summer tyres and switch them back over in the spring. To avoid having to switch over your tyres every six months, you can get a spare set of steel rims from scrapyards for not a lot and then switch over wheels every six months - surely a lot cheaper and easier than switching tyres. I have my 4 summer tyres sat in my garage at the moment while I hunt around for some steel rims for my car.

Bear in mind that while your summer tyres are in storage you won't be wearing them down, so they'll last longer. Supposedly winter tyres wear better in cold weather than summer tyres, so in the long run the costs aren't really that great - I think it's the up front costs that are putting most people off.
I tell you, it's snow joke! :(

But on a serious note, this country is useless. I would use chains if easy to put on and were at a fair price. Winter tyres are some £100-£200 each (so I am told) plus the cost of a garage to remove your old ones and replace. Plus how do you take 4 tyres home easily? Plus where to store the other tyres??
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