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The Memphis German Club Message Board › What you need to know about the German Tire Law

What you need to know about the German Tire Law

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Memphis, TN
Post #: 43
German tire law

It is now the law in Germany — you must have snow or all-weather tires on your vehicle when driving on icy or snowy roads, on black ice or through slush. The German Road Traffic Ordinance stipulates that privately owned vehicles must be equipped with snow tires or all-weather M+S tires. Drivers risk fines and costly accidents for not using the appropriate tires for the weather.
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