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Tex Arcana
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You seem to mentally-inflate measurements anyhow, especially if it's in inches.

At least I don't have to lie about owning 7 aregs, 3 mercedes, and a couple Rollers...
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Old 02-13-2011, 05:18 PM Tex Arcana is offline  
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Studded tyres?

Icy roads are routine around and no problem, because in the winter we have studs on our tyres.

Last november, driving around Iceland, there were stretches of road where we had nothing but ice under the wheels for over 100km. No big deal, as long as you are aware of it. Studded tyres help too Only problem on that trip was getting stuck in a parking lot at a sightseeing spot a bit out of the way. And that was just my own stupidity, I neglected to pack down the snow under the wheels where I parked...

Most people in the US don't use studded tires, or even winter tires. they generally have all seasons mud+snow tires, and they are crap in much more than a flurry, and worthless on ice.
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Most people in the US don't use studded tires, or even winter tires. they generally have all seasons mud+snow tires, and they are crap in much more than a flurry, and worthless on ice.

I had awesome snow+ice tires, but without being able to see, well
they didnt help
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