Polar 9mm snow chains
Snow Chains

Polar Snow Chains 9mm (pair) P100

Code P100
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Polar snow chains are easy to fit and provide traction on snow and ice.

Product description

Snow chains are a linked series of chains that are designed to fit over the drive wheels of you car. When fitted they provide enhanced traction and grip on roads covered with snow. If you’re driving in Europe over the winter months you may be required to carry and fit snow chains to meet local laws. Please check the driving requirements of the county or countries you will be driving through to see if you are required to have a set of snow chains in your car.

It’s important to fit snow chains correctly, following the enclosed instructions to prevent damage to the chains and your vehicle when driving.

The Polar snow chain P100 is designed to fit the following tyre sizes:

195/65-16
195/75-15
195/80-15
205/55-17
205/60-16
205/65-16
205/70-15
205/80-14
215/45-18
215/50-17
215/55-16
215/60-16*
215/65-15
215/70-14
225/35-19
225/40-18
225/50-17
225/55-15
225/60-15
235/40-17
235/45-17
235/50-16
235/60-14
235/60-15
245/40-17
245/45-16

* not suitable for BRIDGESTONE DURVAIS TYRES

You Polar snow chains includes:

  • A pair of snow chains
  • Repair links
  • Fitting gloves
  • Fitting instructions
  • Nylon storage bag

What speed should you drive at?
Do not exceed 30mph (50 km/h) with chains fitted

Can you use snow chains on tarmac?
Snow chains are designed for use on packed snow and ice. Driving on tarmac is not recommended because it will wear the chains very quickly. Snow chains can also be used in muddy conditions - very useful for motor homes.

Can you use snow chains in the UK?
The use of snow chains is legal in the UK, as long as they are not used in a manner that will damage the road surface. This means snow chains must only be used on snow-covered roads and need to be removed when driving on a tarmac surface.

Do you need to carry snow chains in Europe?
The use of snow chains is legal across most of Europe, and in many areas they are compulsory. Local signs indicate when they are legally required and this includes all mountain roads/ski resorts. Outside of these compulsory areas, any driver found to cause a hold up or accident as a result of not being equipped for the weather conditions is liable to be fined.

How to fit snow chains

 

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