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The Smart tire chains are probally the best available, but chains would be my last resort. They are for use at low speeds on snow and ice ONLY, no bare pavement at all.
This means you spend a lot of time taking them on and off.
In addition, they are rough riding and noisy even at low speeds and a real pain to install in the best of conditions.
Also remember that they will help forward traction, but do nothing for steering. A please, don't suggest putting them on the front as well!
If you want the peace of mind and have the money to spend, buy the chains and a jack so you can install them, but hope you never need to!