Topic: Driving with Chains
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If you are driving a Sport Utility Vehicle (or a 4wd pick up truck) with mud and snow rated tires, it is not likely you will have to "chain up" very often. Your 4 wheel drive features will get you through most situations. Check the regulations in the area you are driving about which tire types are acceptable to use with 4 wheel drive only in chain control areas.

If you are driving in extreme icing conditions, up or down steep mountain highways, or otherwise driving where chains are "Mandatory" you will need to put chains on your SUV. Consult your owners manual carefully about this subject. Some vehicle manufactures do not recommend chains on all 4 wheels and some say nothing about the subject. It is important that you follow the information in your owners manual to avoid damage to your SUV.

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