Winter tire, showing tread pattern designed to compact snow in the gaps.
Viewed from North Vancouver in 2002
Snow tire with metal studs, which improve traction on icy surfaces.
May 1934: Signing the First Narrows Bridge agreement
Tire showing the ASTM 3PMSF (Three-Peak Mountain Snow Flake) symbol, denoting a qualifying snow tire, and a separate snow flake symbol, that recommends tire replacement with 4 mm of tread remaining
Lions Gate Bridge under construction, 1938
A Czech road sign Winter equipment, which mandates the use of snow tires
Lions Gate Bridge suspended structure replacement, April 2001
Russian studded tires warning sticker.
Lions Gate Bridge at Sunset, 2013
Vehicle in cold, dry, powder snow, which offers comparatively better traction than moist snow.
Lions Gate Bridge from Downtown Vancouver
Vehicles in warm, moist, granular snow encounter decreased roadway traction.
Lions Gate Bridge and North Vancouver from Prospect Point in Stanley Park
Compaction of snow under an advancing snow tire, causing rolling resistance while passing through about {{convert|10|cm|in|sigfig=1}} of snow.
Lions Gate Bridge from Stanley Park, 2013
Compaction in about {{convert|5|cm|in|sigfig=1}} of snow left behind a snow tire, showing tread-snow interaction.
Lions Gate Bridge in relation to Vancouver city and harbour, from Cypress Viewpoint, Dec 2012
Lions Gate Bridge from floatplane
Lions Gate Bridge from Stanley Park, 2013
Lions Gate Bridge, Vancouver
Lions Gate Bridge 360 panorama, 2009

Snow tires, also known as winter tires, are tires designed for use on snow and ice.

- Snow tire

Trucks exceeding 13 t are prohibited, as are vehicles using studded tires.

- Lions Gate Bridge
Winter tire, showing tread pattern designed to compact snow in the gaps.

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