Tire Chains

Though you should take your car to a mechanic to have tire chains installed for the winter. If you’re feeling confident, here’s how to put chains on your tires yourself. Tire chains are very important if you live in an area with a cold climate so knowing how to install them is a valuable thing to know.
It’s important to note that you’ll need to put the chains on the tires that control the movement of your vehicle so you should consult the owner’s manual to find out. This will show whether your vehicle has front or rear wheel drive. Your manual will also note any restrictions which may cause you to purchase specialty chains.
To put on the brakes find a safe place where there is little traffic and lay out the chains on the ground. Make sure the smoother side of the chain is against the tire when setting up to install the back chains. To attach the chains, have someone move the vehicle forward and insert the fasteners into the inner links of the chains. This process is the same for installing front chains except you’ll have to move the vehicle backwards.
With all this said, the best idea is to contact a qualified technician are your local dealership to handle this for you if you’re not able to handle this properly on your own.