TEX-CHAIN ANTI-SKID SNOW AND ICE WHEEL COVERS. Reduced from £30 to £10 @ Asda - Aberdeen - HotUKDeals
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TEX-CHAIN ANTI-SKID SNOW AND ICE WHEEL COVERS. Reduced from £30 to £10.00 @ Asda - Aberdeen

£10.00 @ George (Asda George)
Seen in-store at Asda, Bridge of Don, Aberdeen, in the seasonal aisle. Reduced from £30.00 to £10.00. Sizes medium and large were available. Previously listed on here at £7.50, but still a good deal…
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3w, 4d agoFound 3 weeks, 4 days ago
Seen in-store at Asda, Bridge of Don, Aberdeen, in the seasonal aisle. Reduced from £30.00 to £10.00. Sizes medium and large were available. Previously listed on here at £7.50, but still a good deal. £20.00 on Amazon (delivered). Sorry, don't know if national.
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3w, 4d agoFound 3 weeks, 4 days ago
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#1
Great idea but who in theory has got the time or patience to put these on.
Anyway if you learn how to drive in snow and ice you won't need them.
Pull away in as high a gear as possible
Reduce speed
Use engine breaking if possible ( change down if possible without breaking )
Break gently as pressing hard will just make you slide or skid especially with modern ABS.
Drop you tyre pressure by a a couple of pounds in snow ( more rubber on the deck )
Don't forget to pump them back up though.
Start any manoeuvres long before you would in normal conditions & slower & more gentle.
Leave more time for you journey.
Or just stay at home and tell the boss you've got galloping snot rott ;)
#2
£5 in Asda parkhead. only s and xxl left tho
#3
verysleepy
Great idea but who in theory has got the time or patience to put these on.
Anyway if you learn how to drive in snow and ice you won't need them.
Pull away in as high a gear as possible
Reduce speed
Use engine breaking if possible ( change down if possible without breaking )
Break gently as pressing hard will just make you slide or skid especially with modern ABS.
Drop you tyre pressure by a a couple of pounds in snow ( more rubber on the deck )
Don't forget to pump them back up though.
Start any manoeuvres long before you would in normal conditions & slower & more gentle.
Leave more time for you journey.
Or just stay at home and tell the boss you've got galloping snot rott ;)
The covers would be good on ice though, driving slowly is sometimes not enough in this situation..
#4
i have had these for 4years and never used them once.but they still worth having
#5
verysleepy
Great idea but who in theory has got the time or patience to put these on.
Anyway if you learn how to drive in snow and ice you won't need them.
Pull away in as high a gear as possible
Reduce speed
Use engine breaking if possible ( change down if possible without breaking )
Break gently as pressing hard will just make you slide or skid especially with modern ABS.
Drop you tyre pressure by a a couple of pounds in snow ( more rubber on the deck )
Don't forget to pump them back up though.
Start any manoeuvres long before you would in normal conditions & slower & more gentle.
Leave more time for you journey.
Or just stay at home and tell the boss you've got galloping snot rott ;)


How would 1 come to a stop when for example driving down a hill ?

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