Should I take off my studded tires?
Yeah you know I just drove down to that Epcot center in Orlando from upstate New York l. My boy Barry helped me out those winter studded tires on my car for the winter but then we decided to take a road trip. I don’t want To take the time to take off the studded tires because we’re only gonna be in Florida for 4 days but Barry says I should. Should I leave those tires on?
- oklatomLv 78 months agoFavourite answer
Take them off.
Ten states prohibit studded snow tires: Alabama, Texas, Florida, Maryland (exception five mountain counties), Louisiana, Hawaii, Illinois, Minnesota, Mississippi and Wisconsin.
- EdnaLv 77 months ago
Take them off. Studded tires tear up a dry road surface. Alabama, Texas, Florida, Maryland (exception five mountain counties), Louisiana, Hawaii, Illinois, Minnesota, Mississippi and Wisconsin all prohibit the use of studded tires. Those states don't normally have enough snow or ice on their roads to justify the use of studded tires.
- 8 months ago
Oh yes for sure
- PoppyLv 78 months ago
Those tires are illegal in Florida.
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- thebax2006Lv 78 months ago
It's illegal in most States to use studded tires.
You're going to get hit with a huge fine dude.Source(s): Mitsubishi Master Tech
- Anonymous8 months ago
Don't feed the troll, folks.
- gLv 78 months ago
Yes, it's the law!
- Memelord PrimeLv 78 months ago
Metal studded tires are prohibited in Florida so you HAVE to take them off to drive legally in the state. Driving with studs on dry pavement damages the road so you shouldn't be using them if there isn't snow/ice, which there will most likely not be in a place like Florida.
- pondererLv 68 months ago
The noise factor alone is reason enough. Fly down. Driving is no vacation.