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Autosocks are now apparently an 'official' alternative to snowchains in areas in France where the 'Snowchains must be carried' sign is displayed...



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Perhaps subsequently manufatured socks will have this logo stitched into the socks themselves?

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They have also been an official alternative in Czech Rep and Slovenia since 2008 according to their website.




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Thanks PJ,

I have carried a set for 3 years now but never had to use them as I have snow tyres. Belt and braces they call it.

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Euro Car Parts have online half price deals on snow socks and chains.

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I carry autosocks in the van all year round but regardless of this ruling I will continue to carry chains when travelling to alpine regions in winter as per Alan's 'belt & braces' method. Wink

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