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illegal in Ottawa (Ontario?)
ok in Quebec no Ontario
In Ontario, the use of studded tires is permitted from October 1 to April 30. Indeed, the use of studded tires is permitted for vehicles for those owners residing in northern Ontario, as defined by the territorial district of Algoma, Cochrane, Kenora, Manitoulin, Nipissing, Parry Sound, Rainy River, Sudbury, Thunder Bay, and Temiscaming, as well as for vehicles from outside the province that are in Ontario for less than a month.
Tire Chains in Canada
In the Canadian province of Ontario, the Highway Traffic Act specifies that “no vehicle shall be operated or object moved or upon any highway with any flange, rib, clamp or other device attached to its wheels, or made part thereof, which will injure the highway.” The HTA’s stance on tire chains, studded tires and the like is to prevent damage to pavements.
When used properly, Onspot Automatic Tire Chains will not damage the pavement. Upon encountering icy and/or snow conditions, the Onspots are deployed safely from inside the vehicle and disengaged when the chains are no longer needed.
According to the Ontario Ministry of Transportation, the occasional use of tire chains to drive through icy or snow conditions is not illegal. However, continuous use of traction devices on dry paved roads is illegal in Ontario.
safer in winter riding. 累死比摔死好些