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Here is a list of States regulation for the use of ice studs on passenger vehicle such as cars and vans.  Maxigrip Store can not guarantee this list will not change in the future.  We advice you to contact your local transport agency if you have any doubts. We have now updated the list with some Europeans Countries.

Unites States of America

Alabama Rubber studs permitted; metal illegal
Alaska Permitted Sept. 15 to May 1; Sept. 30 to Apr. 15, south of 60 degrees n.
Arizona Permitted Oct. 1 to May 1
Arkansas Permitted Nov. 15 to Apr. 15
California Permitted Nov. 1 to Apr. 1
Colorado Permitted year round
Connecticut Permitted from Nov. 15 to Apr. 30
Delaware Permitted Oct. 15 TO Apr. 15
District Of Columbia Permitted Oct. 15 to Apr. 15
Florida Studs that do not damage highway are permitted
Georgia Prohibited except for snow and ice driving conditions
Hawaii Prohibited
Idaho Permitted Oct. 1 to Apr. 15
Illinois Prohibited
Indiana Permitted Oct. 1 to May 1
Iowa Permitted Nov. 1 to Apr. 1
Kansas Permitted Nov. 1 to Apr. 15
Kentucky Permitted
Louisiana Prohibited
Maine Permitted Oct. 1 to May 1
Maryland Prohibeted except in western counties from Nov. 1 to March 31
Massachusetts Permitted Nov. 2 to April 30
Michigan Prohibited except under certain conditions
Minnesota Prohibited except for non-residents
Mississippi Prohibited
Missouri Permitted Nov. 1 to mar 31
Montana Permitted Oct. 1 to May 31
Nebraska Permitted Nov. 1 to Apr. 1
New Hampshire Permitted
New Jersey Permitted Nov. 15 to Apr. 1
New Mexico No regulation
New York Permitted Oct. 15 to Apr. 30
North Carolina Permitted
North Dakota Permitted Oct. 15 to Apr. 15. School buses anytime
Ohio Permitted Nov. 1 to Apr. 15
Oklahoma Permitted Nov. 1 to Apr. 1
Oregon Permitted Nov. 1 to Apr. 1
Pennsylvania Permitted Nov. 1 to Apr. 15
Rhode Island Permitted Nov. 15 to Apr. 1
South Carolina Permitted if projection less than 1/16 when compressed
South Dakota Permitted Oct. 1 to Apr. 30. School buses and emergency vehicles allowed studs anytime
Tennessee Permitted Oct. 1 to Apr. 15
Texas Only studs that do not damage highway are permitted
Utah Prohibited except for special alloy studs
Vermont Permitted
Virginia Permitted Oct. 15 to Apr. 15
Washington Permitted Nov. 1 to Apr. 1
West Virginia Permitted Nov. 1 to Apr. 15
Wisconsin Prohibited except for emergency vehicles
Wyoming Permitted

 

Canada

British Columbia Permitted Oct. 1 to Apr. 30
Alberta Permitted
Saskatchewan Permitted
Manitoba Permitted Oct. 1 to Apr. 30
Quebec Permitted Oct. 1 to May 1
New Brunswick Permitted Oct. 15 to Apr. 30
Nova Scotia Permitted Oct. 15 to Apr. 30
Prince Edward Island Permitted Oct. 1 to May 31
Newfoundland Permitted Nov. 1 to Apr. 30
Yukon Permitted
Northwest Ter. Permitted
Ontario Prohibited, except for Aluminum studs permitted in Northern Ontario fromOct. 1st to Apr. 30th

Europe

United Kingdom
Permitted whenever severe weather conditions are due.
Holland Permitted for tourism transport.
Austria Permitted Jan. 15 to past easter time.
Belgium Permitted Nov. 1 to Mars 31
Denmark Permitted Oct. 1 to Apr. 30
France Permitted Nov. 1 to Mars 31
Spain Permitted Nov. 15 to Mars 31
Luxembourg Permitted Dec. 1 to Mars 31
Switzerland Permitted Nov. 1 to Apr. 30
Norway Permitted Nov. 1 to past easter weekend.
Sweden
Permitted Nov. 1 to past easter weekend.
Finland Permitted Nov. 1 to Apr. 24
Ukraine Permitted
Italy Permitted Oct. 15 to Apr. 15
Latvia
Permitted Oct. 1 to Apr. 1
Lithuania Permitted Oct. 1 to Apr. 1
Cyprus Permitted
Iceland Permitted Nov. 15 to Apr. 15