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Heading to Canada this coming week and checked their department of transportation site; they stated that a "snowflake or M+S" indicator is required at this time to comply with regard to their weather. I'd be hard pressed to have TG G2's or an AT tire? I'd hate for them to turn us around because our vehicle didn't meet their requirements.
 

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So what is your actual question? Snow tyres have been heavily covered ad naseum so there is no lack of information and reviews. Find a tyre recommended in existing posts and call around to see who has them in stock in your neck of Seattle or Montlake Terrace or Renton.
 

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sorry, terrible post. My question is, would, for example, TG G2's or Cooper ZEON's or even my Conti DWS 06's suffice British Colombia's tire requirements?
 

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All three tires listed, Nitto, Cooper and Continental, are M + S rated. So you should be good.
 
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