According to the PEMCO Insurance Northwest Poll, 79 percent of drivers who use studded tires in Washington and Oregon say they would be at least somewhat likely to reduce using studs in favor of preserving the quality of Northwest roads.
Just 17 percent of drivers west of the mountains say they always or usually install studded tires, and even east of the Cascades, where snowy conditions are common, 38 percent of drivers regularly use studs.
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Members of the public who testified on the bills were largely supportive of the concept, noting that studded tires, whose use is allowed only in winter in Oregon, cause $40 million or more in damage to the state's roads every year.
Short of an outright ban on studded tires, drivers who want to use them should pay for the damage they cause, said Peter Dinsdale, a Salem resident.
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Everyone agrees that studded
tires damage the state's roads.
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Daffodils are blooming, frogs are croaking, cats are in heat - and still, some drivers in Western Oregon persist in keeping studded
tires on their cars and trucks.