Alessandro Giuseppe Antonio Anastasio Volta
It's not in english but if you put the YouTube Auto translate subtitles on the basic message is it works well.
Could only get German subtitles but that's probably me!
Did a good job on thicker compacted snow, be interesting on icy or slippy stuff!
Hopefully the design balance will offset typical rear wheel drive issues ...
I do remember the M1 being a BMW car park during a cold snap!
Works the same on iOS on a phone, first click of the translate icon just gives you German for some reason, but click again and then select the language and it works.This works for me. From a PC,
Click on the subtitles icon in the middle of the video under the timeline.
Click on the settings icon
Scroll down to your chosen language
A German dealer on eBay lists those steel wheels, €120 each delivered.VW part number is 1EA60102703C and the UK price is £131.18 with VAT at 20% already included in that.
Again, on German eBay, I’ve seen a few sets for around £1600 delivered, wrong time of year to be buying them though really, they’ll probably be £1200 come spring.Would be interesting to know what price VW quote for a set of winters for ID.3 !
It does have a TPMS, but an ABS Sensor based one as your VW parts guy said. Look in your existing wheels, you’ll see a rubber valve as opposed to the metal ones that OEMs fit for pressure sensor based TPMS.Anyone know for sure if TPMS is used or not?
I understand what you’re saying, and staying home is always the best option!Up until a few years ago, nobody in the UK had winter tyres. As the weather is getting warmer each year, is it really worth it? For the 2 days a year it snows, I just avoid travelling!
Oh, how I wish that was an option! Living in the Highlands, with early-ish starts for work and regular overnight on calls mean driving in bad weather is a necessity. Preferably being able to just open the garage and go, without needing to stop and faff with things like snow socks.Up until a few years ago, nobody in the UK had winter tyres. As the weather is getting warmer each year, is it really worth it? For the 2 days a year it snows, I just avoid travelling!