The recommended speed to drive with tire chains is 25 to 30 miles per hour. Driving faster than this can cause the chains to break, which can damage your car and create a hazard for other drivers. If you must drive faster than 30 miles per hour, it is important to pull over to the side of the road and remove the chains.
Here are some other tips for driving with tire chains:
- Make sure the chains are properly installed before you start driving.
- Avoid driving on dry pavement, as this can damage the chains.
- Be careful when accelerating and braking, as this can put stress on the chains.
- Be aware of your surroundings and drive slowly and carefully.
If you are not comfortable driving with tire chains, you may want to consider using an alternative traction device, such as snow tires or studded tires.