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Re: Winter tyres mandatory in France from 1 November 2021

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Well this changes the meaning completely. Article 2 replaces the previous definition of winter tires so that only the tires with Alpine 3 peak symbol plus an M*S marking will be considered winter tires. Only an M*S marking but no Alpine 3 peak symbol = not a winter tire. I can't imagine that many tires have an Alpine 3 peak symbol with no M*S marking, but these too would be disqualified.

Pour l'application du présent article, les pneumatiques “ hiver ” sont identifiés par la présence conjointe du marquage du “ symbole alpin ” et de l'un des marquages “ M + S ”, “ M. S ” ou “ M & S ”. »

Plus this does not remove the obligation to have chains/socks or studded tires available in B26 zones, although the legifrance link does not mention that.
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