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I have a motorhome and was wondering if Autosocks would work well on wet and muddy grass.

Asked on 27 December 2010 by daic

Answered by Honest John
Not at all. They work by fibres picking up snow which they then use to provide traction against snow. No snow and they don't work at all.
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