Drivers don't just have to in Germany winter road conditions winter tires wind up. Anyone who does not adhere to it must expect a fine of 40 euros and one point in Flensburg. According to the ADAC, in many neighboring countries there is also an obligation to drive with winter tires in the winter months or when there is snow and ice on the road. Violations can result in high fines.
The rule that winter road conditions such as snow, slush or ice can only be used with winter tires applies in addition to Germany in Austria and Luxembourg. Italy generally prescribes winter tires for many routes from November to April. In the provinces of Milan and South Tyrol, motorists should observe appropriate signs that prescribe winter tires. Such an obligation can also be expressed in France and Switzerland through signage.
In the Czech Republic, winter tires are compulsory on all roads between November 1 and March 31. Slovenia prescribes use between November 15 and March 15 and winter roads, in Sweden this also applies, and generally between December 1 and March 31. There is no regulation in the Netherlands, Poland, Croatia, Turkey, Ireland and Great Britain. According to the ADAC, anyone traveling by car in the winter months should do so without obligation Winter or all-season tires raise.
The Mercedes V-Class adds to the race with the VW bus. Air suspension is supposed to give the Swabian space cruiser ...