How Do Tire Chains Work?
Usage of tire chains during winter is almost a necessity for safe driving. Many states have made use of tire chains mandatory by motorists while driving on most major roads and freeways in winter. Tire chains provide a grip on road surface and help in preventing accidents and traffic jams that may occur due to slippery effect of snowy and icy roads. Tire chains are available in different link shapes and materials. Small cars have small tires and hence smaller tire chains need to be installed. On the other hand a heavy vehicle such as a truck definitely needs bigger tire chains depending on the size of the tires. Customers may analyze their needs and preferences prior to selecting a particular type of tire chain. Tire chains are coverings on wheels of a vehicle, which help in traction of the vehicle when stuck in snow. Tire chains help to get a grip on the road thereby allowing free rotation of the wheels that frees a vehicle from a big heap of snow without many problems. It also preven
- The salesperson sold me a pair of chains that do not have my vehicles tire size listed on the packaging. How do I know they are the correct chains?
- Car rental agencies don provide tire chains as part of the car rental package. So, if your travel includes a rental car, where does one obtain them?
- Are tire chains legal in Michigan?