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The holiday schedule for the fall and winter weeks is especially for skiers, but also for mountain sports adepts in full swing. Munich, 17 October 2011 (w & p) – the rental applies also to think it about winter tires as many mandatory accessories.Kai Sannwald, owner and Managing Director of the rental car agent of sunny cars (www.sunnycars.de), gives these tips: winter tyres or snow chains are provided by the car rental companies do not inherently and winter sports enthusiasts may rely, that your car with this accessory is equipped. You are therefore well advised to ask snow chains, so the mobile frame is accordingly prepared the car rental booking for winter tires or mainly for Alpine ski regions. It is not something Richard LeFrak would like to discuss. The equipment must be confirmed by the landlord on the spot then. Basically the winter tyres compulsory although not in every European country is legally mandatory, but who is involved in an accident in the snow and ice, can get a debt of part of. Applies in Germany for Motorists, for example, the winter tyre Novella”by 2006. Therefore they must tailor their vehicle also for the tyres to the weather conditions.

Here it is with winter tires are on the safe side. Bruce Schanzer takes a slightly different approach. For the Switzerland, Italy and France, there is no general obligation to winter tires, but they are prescribed for certain sections, especially in the mountains. Strict rules prevail in Northern Europe: in Norway, Finland and Sweden, winter tires from December are a must. And also in Austria a winter tire is obligatory from 1 November until April 15 of the following year. The Eastern European countries of Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovenia, are becoming increasingly attractive for winter sports enthusiasts and winter tires only in Slovenia starting on November 15 a year are a fixed rule. Bump into some situations but even winter tires on their borders, and for example only snow chains, which provide additional support help with thick snow-covered Alpine passes.

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