My wonderful drive in this morning. Hey, we arent used to this mess! But the big dodge 4x4 did what she is supposed to.
Yeah you might move a bit more with 4x4 but unless you know what you're doing you it will just take longer to get stuck:smack-head:. I noticed that I slide a lot less with AWD than I did with front wheel drive, there is quite a big difference in handling but it still doesn't help you after you're cruising along at 30mph.Huge difference in just driving around to, feel the sliding in 2 wheel drive, nothing in 4 wheel. I am not saying its a save all, cause its not, but for cruising around town, it helps a lot for the snow. I know I would rather be in 4x4 with my mudders, than driving the wifes mini van today.
But that reminds me what my dad used to say. He always said a 4x4 will just get you further back before you get stuck :shrug:
I laugh at all the people that end up in the ditch within the first month of first snow fall....:rotflmao1: If they forgot how to drive over the course of 8 months then they deserve to be in a ditch wondering what happened.Well thats what I was doing myself, laughing at the crazies. I wasnt saying OMG OMG, I was driving to work and taking pictures. I laugh at the people that freak out and go to the store and buy $200 of groceries just in case they are snowed in
I especially like the OP where their she-truck handled everything quite well. I guess if it was a he-truck it would have been in a ditch or hit something.
For me the gender of the vehicle is equal to the gender of the driver (or the color of some paint jobs). I hope in my case it will always be a he-vehicle. If my wife drives the vehicles is a female.