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Tire Chains Rentai in Chile

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Planning on going for a day or 2 into the mountains outside of Santiago. We have a 4x4 car rental (although I can return early, if it just makes more sense to take shuttles to mountains). I have read that one needs chains if its snowing, and those chains can be rented on with way to the resort. Anyone with experience on renting chains?, is it an easy process. or should I be aware of any scams that might exist. An alternative would be for me to buy some chains before we leave and just bring them with us, although I will have very little use for those chains again.

Thanks for any advice.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Part way up the mountain road, there's an area at the side of the road where chains are rented out for the day. I've never rented any myself but have been in a taxi that stopped to have chains fitted - they're then returned on the way down. Not aware of any scams - Chile's one of the least corrupt countries in the region. The shuttle services leave the mountain at 5pm.
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Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
I can't add any more than Kelskii, just that I wouldn't take your own, the excess bag charge would be horrendous!
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....and they likely won't fit.
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