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Froogle-Yorkshireman
 


Member Since: 28 Oct 2010
Location: Yorkshire
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Snow Business

So finally got a decent dump of snow had a chance to use the Special Program for snow and utilise the non-gritted back roads avoiding the tailbacks. Snow, ice and slush with some sensible driving and it was so effortless.
I have got to say the Scorpions with 24k miles and about 3.5mm left on them performed superbly.
That screws that up as I was thinking I needed to go for AT3 on the next swap out.
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Ambit
 


Member Since: 12 Dec 2017
Location: Wales UK
Posts: 67

Wales 2006 Discovery 3 TDV6 S Auto Zambezi SilverDiscovery 3

Scorpions are good all rounders winter tyres can’t be beaten though if you have a spare set of alloys to keep some on when the snow hits Thumbs Up
  
Post #190699426th Jan 2018 11:36 pm
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RBP
 


Member Since: 29 Aug 2012
Location: N Yorks
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England 2007 Discovery 3 TDV6 HSE Auto Java BlackDiscovery 3

I thought the same in 2012 - D3 was great in snow with barely legal Scorpians especially compared with the Audi I had before.

If you ask Usain Bolt to run the 100m in a pair of flip flops it’ll be pretty quick......

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