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stan
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dont know but Alistair does the snowy bits so he'll advise.



so what route are taking, any stopovers? .



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Don't know exactly yet Stan... Were a month or so away yet, so not had the final details from SWNTBO'd yet Whistle Thumbs Up

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I’ve been to Norway several times in winter in a P38 and D4 on winter tyres and had no issues. Admittedly most roads were ploughed and gritted, but further north there were plenty of untreated roads covered in snow and both cars coped exceptionally well.

I think some places in the Alps it’s mandatory to carry snow chains, but if you have a ‘proper’ 4x4 on winter tyres this is sometimes overlooked. That is only hearsay on my part as I’ve only driven through the Alps in summer.

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^ You’ve certainly got a “Proper 4x4” SS.Lyria. 5.0 Thumbs Up Thumbs Up

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stan wrote:
wont look like that when you arrive in Davos... Shocked Mr. Green Thumbs Up


Wont look like that in a week with the weather wee having Stan, let alone driving to Davos!!! Banging Head Banging Head Banging Head

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No legal obligation in Switzerland for winter tyres or snow chains but there is a caveat that the vehicle should be equipped for prevailing conditions.

In France winter tyres are not obligatory but when the road displays a "B26" sign then snow chains are obligatory unless there is an additional sign authorising winter tyres.

Winter tyres must have the mountain and snowflake marking on them. M & S do not comply.

I believe Germany has some specific requirements but I don't know what they are.

HTH John
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i know craig, its heartbreaking when you spend time on a sunday washing it then monday its dirty..


good thing is that black and grey cars look good in white snow so i see some nice pics coming our way... Thumbs Up .



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@Craig,

Snow socks are fine. John
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This is looking seriously nice now. Is it my imagination, or have you fitted the later wipers to it??? Regards,
Mick

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Ahh yes sir you are correct! I fitted the appropriate arms when i changed the bonnet! I was unsure if the old style wiper arms would still work (wouldn't foul the new bonnet shape) so i changed all three (F & R)...

Alas, the originals would have worked fine... Rolling Eyes

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A small update done yesterday...


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your son is going in luxury to Davos.. Laughing .



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Hello Craig,

I love your aviation tablets, so cool!!
It is very well integrated! Where did you find them?
Does it exist for an L322? FFRR 5.0 SC 2009
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They are a prototype product Whistle for now... Very Happy

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So cool - have seen the PowerfulUK vid for the 494 - you're all over it!
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