Loi Montagne II dans le Rhône : quelles sont les communes concernées ?

Mountain Law II in the Rhône: which municipalities are concerned?

The Mountain Law II takes effect on November 1, 2021 in the Rhône as well as in 47 other French departments. This law requires motorists to equip their tires with anti-slip devices to drive in certain areas. Rhone residents, would you like to know how the Mountain Law will apply near you? We'll explain it to you.


The law for the modernization, development and protection of mountain territories, known as the Mountain II law, makes the use of special equipment compulsory. for motorists who travel in certain areas of mountain ranges throughout the winter period, i.e. from November 1 to March 31 .


If the Rhône is indeed one of the 48 departments concerned by this measure, it is the 96 municipalities below which are concerned, and not the entire territory:

  • Affoux
  • Aigueperse
  • Amplepuis
  • Ancy
  • Aveize
  • Azolette
  • Nice game
  • Bessenay
  • Bibost
  • Brullioles
  • Brussieu
  • Cenves
  • Chabanière
  • Chambost-Allières
  • Chambost-Longassaigne
  • Camel
  • Chausan
  • Chenelette
  • Chevinay
  • Chiroubles
  • Claveisolles
  • Coise
  • Course
  • Courzieu
  • Cublize
  • Deux-Grosnes
  • tenth
  • Duerne
  • Grow up
  • Grézieu-le-Marché
  • Upper Rivoire
  • Joux
  • Jullie
  • La Chapelle-sur-Coise
  • Lamure-sur-Azergues
  • Larajasse
  • Les Ardillats
  • Halls
  • The Savages
  • Lanyards
  • Longessigne
  • Letra
  • Marchampt
  • Meaux-la-Montagne
  • Meys
  • Showing
  • Montrottier
  • Pollionnay
  • Pomeys
  • Poule-les-Echarmeaux
  • Propières
  • Ranchal
  • Riverie
  • Rivolet
  • Ronno
  • Rontalon
  • Saint-André-la-Côte
  • Saint-Apollinaire
  • Saint-Bonnet-des-Bruyères
  • Saint-Bonnet-le-Troncy
  • Saint-Clément-des-Vers
  • Saint-Clément-les-Places
  • Saint-Clément-sur-Valsonne
  • Saint-Cyr-le-Chatoux
  • Saint-Didier-sur-Beaujeu
  • Saint-Forgeux
  • Saint-Genis-l’Argentière
  • Saint-Igny-de-Vers Saint-Jean
  • La Bussiere
  • Saint-Julien-sur-Bibost
  • Saint-Just-d'Avray
  • Saint-Laurent-de-Chamousset
  • Saint-Marcel-l’Eclairé
  • Saint-Martin-en-Haut
  • Saint-Nizier-d'Azergues
  • Saint-Pierre-la-Palud
  • Saint-Romain-de-Popey
  • Saint-Symphorien-sur-Coise
  • Saint-Vincent-de-Reins
  • Saint Catherine
  • Sainte-Foy-l’Argentière
  • Sainte-Paule
  • Savigny
  • Sourieux-les-Mines
  • Souzy
  • Tarare
  • Thizy
  • the towns
  • Thurins
  • Valsone
  • Vaugneray
  • Vauxrenard
  • Vernay
  • Villecheneve
  • Villié-Morgon
  • Vindry-sur-Turdine
  • Yzeron

The entrance to specific areas affected by the Mountain 2 law during winter will be indicated by a new sign numbered B58 , while the exit from these areas will be indicated by sign B59 .


Driving on the roads covered by the Mountain law without suitable equipment exposes you to a 4th class fine, i.e. €135 , accompanied by immobilization of the vehicle .


Rhône motorists will have several choices to equip their car in accordance with the new regulations this winter, between removable and non-removable anti-slip devices :

    • winter tires or 3PMSF approved 4-season tires (Alpine symbol) on all 4 wheels of the vehicle
    • snow chains or snow socks, at least on the two drive wheels

Tires which are only identified by the M+S (Mud and Snow) marking and not the 3PMSF marking are tolerated until November 1, 2024.

If snow tires , which are expensive and difficult to install, are suitable for people who drive daily on sections of roads subject to the Mountain law, it is preferable to turn to removable equipment. for the others. However, snow socks do not allow you to drive on dry asphalt , which requires the motorist to take them off and put them back on each time there is snow.

For this reason, it may be interesting to equip yourself with Musher premium anti-slip over-tyres . These anti-slip devices can be assembled and disassembled in just 5 minutes and comply with the regulations of the Mountain Law as well as those of the panel B26 . Perfectly effective on snow and ice, they also allow, unlike snow chains and socks, to drive on dry asphalt for 150 km at up to 50 km/h .

Reliable, all-terrain, easy to use, compliant and economical, the Musher premium over-tire will allow you to travel the roads of the Rhônes with complete peace of mind this winter!