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How to mount your snow chains?

Published on 11.01.2021

Chains are essential equipment for winter roads. But they are often not easy to fit properly on the wheels so ACL shows you how to do.

The country has been hit by a cold snap in recent weeks. With serious snowfalls in the North, roads can quickly become treacherous, even with good snow tyres. And again this year snow could hit Luxembourg anywhere at any time, including the roads to our favourite ski destinations. 

For peace of mind when heading off on holiday, get yourself some snow chains. But they should only be used when there is snow or ice on the road. Driving with chains on a road surface without snow covering would ruin them in a few kilometres.

The crucial thing is to fit the chains at home before leaving so you can see how they actually attach to the wheels. This way, you won’t find yourself stuck on a mountain pass blocking the traffic.

Pascal Grasse from Clubmobil tells you what to look out for and the various steps you need to take in order to fit chains properly.


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