According to Czech law, drivers must have winter tyres on their cars in the event of a continuous layer of snow or frost on the roads at any time between the beginning of November and the end of March. Photo credit: Pixabay.
Brno, Oct 26 (BD) – The weather may change from day to day, so drivers should be thinking about making an appointment at their local tyre service, especially when planning longer trips.
If a car is being driven with summer tyres on a frozen road, police can issue a fine of up to CZK 2,000 or prevent the driver from continuing their journey.
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https://www.brnodaily.com/2018/10/26/breaking-news/drivers-change-your-tyres-now-to-avoid-long-queues-and-fines/https://www.brnodaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/tyre-2400516_1280-1024x650.jpghttps://www.brnodaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/tyre-2400516_1280-e1540379085225-150x89.jpgBD StaffNews - ArchivedTransportBrno,Christmas,News,Things To Do in Brno,Transport,weatherAccording to Czech law, drivers must have winter tyres on their cars in the event of a continuous layer of snow or frost on the roads at any time between the beginning of November and the end of March. Photo credit: Pixabay.
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