How often should I replace my winter tyres?

I only do about 2000 miles a year on my winter tyres. At what age should I replace them?

Asked on 3 November 2016 by Andrew B

Answered by Honest John
After about 6 years or as soon as the sipes are starting to wear out because then they won't be any good on snow anyway.
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