Are any of the snow tires sold at SIP legal in Quebec? We have very strict rules:
[QUOTE]Tires on which one of the following inscriptions appear: Alaska, Arctic, A/T or AT, AT/S, AT-S , Blizzard, Cresta, Ice, INSA T1, INSA T2, INSA TT770, LT, Nordic, Snow (but [B]not mud and snow[/B]), Stud, Studdable, Studded, Studless, TS, Ultra grip , Ultratraction or Winter, or the icon representing a mountain with a superimposed snowflake.[/QUOTE]
and from [url]http://www.mtq.gouv.qc.ca/portal/page/portal/grand_public_en/vehicules_promenade/securite_routiere/securite_conditions_hivernales/reglement_utilisation_pneus_hiver/[/url]
[QUOTE]The letters M+S (mud and snow) on a tire show that it is a winter tire.
Afraid not! M+S may also appear on all-season tires which, despite their name, are not recommended for winter driving.[/QUOTE]
I think the Iceman Spikes would be OK, but you only have the regular Iceman tires.