DOT offering chain-up service on Snoqualmie, Stevens PassesPosted: Updated:
OLYMPIA, Wash. - With approval from Washington lawmakers, the state Transportation Department is permitting chain-up services along I-90 and Highway Two for Snoqualmie and Stevens passes. When chains are required to cross the mountain passes, signs will point drivers to the installers. They won't sell chains but will install chains for 25 dollars per vehicle. Chain removal costs ten dollars.
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