Originally Posted by Bawman
So anyway, you have to check with your local laws about studded tires. I'm speaking from experience here. I was driving a guy home from work a few years ago in the beginning of July and got pulled over for the studs. lol. It was late at night and the cop said I sounded like a tank coming down the road....so if you get studs make sure you get them off before spring (especially if you live in NY).
Thanks for joining up. On one of my Jeeps I have a set of MudTerrain tires that I had siped at a local-shop. The tires were setup for studs as well, but, I figured that studding those tires would not help me very much as I also use them in the summer-time. Here in Alberta, tire-chains, siping, studs, etc are all highly recommended, but, they are not not allowed during "summer-time". We can run studs (and are recommended to) from late-September / early October till early / mid-June.
We normally have a huge dump of snow late May (upto 24" overnight) and once that dump has happened and melted we are good for the summer
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