Sec. 3. (a) Except as provided in subsections (b) through (d), a tire
on a vehicle moved on a highway may not have on the tire's
periphery a block, stud, flange, cleat, or spike or any other
protuberance of any material other than rubber that projects beyond
the tread of the traction surface of the tire.
(b) Implements of agriculture may use tires having protuberances
that will not injure the highway.
(c) Tire chains of reasonable proportions may be used upon a
vehicle when required for safety because of snow, ice, or other
conditions tending to cause a vehicle to skid.
(d) From October 1 to the following May 1, a vehicle may use
tires in which have been inserted ice grips or tire studs of
wear-resisting material, installed in a manner that provides resiliency
upon contact with the road, with projections that do not exceed three
thirty-seconds (3/32) of an inch beyond the tread of the traction
surface of the tire, and constructed to prevent any appreciable
damage to the road surface.
As added by P.L.2-1991, SEC.7. Amended by P.L.210-2005, SEC.30."
navy48: "The way I drive, my cholestol is LAST thing I'm concerned with!"
Funny, I didn't see the section that refers to "sharp shod" animals...
Jack Allwardt, Bonney Lake (Tehaleh area), WA; (REPEAT Patriot Owner...'08 Limited that I ordered from the factory, and a '16 High Altitude I bought off a dealer's lot...) Retired engineer, US Army veteran, Member: American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Central Valley Vietnam Veterans, Enumclaw (WA) Lions Club. Former vintage military jeep owner, instrument rated commercial pilot, ag pilot, vintage aircraft restorer and test pilot.