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Old 09-10-19, 01:46 AM   #11
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Can someone confirm this information? I have M+S and winter is coming... I will search for new winter wheels then...
Which M+S tyres do you have?
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Those are not Winter tyres my friend. Be carefull going into winter with them, they are Summer tyres with M+S mark.

Remember, if a tyre does not have the Snow Flake symbol, it is not a winter tyre. At least in Europe this is a general rule.
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Old 09-10-19, 02:20 PM   #13
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Remember, if a tyre does not have the Snow Flake symbol, it is not a winter tyre. At least in Europe this is a general rule.
3 peak snow flake symbol is the one to look for.

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Old 09-10-19, 03:24 PM   #14
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3 peak snow flake symbol is the one to look for.

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M + S (Mud & Snow) is a bit of a giveaway too
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M + S (Mud & Snow) is a bit of a giveaway too
M + S on its own isn't suitable or legal for winter driving in some European countries.
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M + S on its own isn't suitable or legal for winter driving in some European countries.
Since the snow flake was introduced, it is more "Mud" than "Snow" for those tyres.
The bad thing us that most of the people don't know this, simply because of the M+S meaning, which is confusing.

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