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12-18 inches expected

fairsailing

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Snow=big dollars with AWD and good ground clearance. Ice and I stay home. We shall see.

"Pro" tip. In deep snow turn VSA off or you won't be able to move.
 
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Brandon Wood

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Snow=big dollars with AWD and good ground clearance. Ice and I stay home. We shall see.

"Pro" tip. In deep snow turn VSA off or you won't be able to move.
I agree 100 % I normally drive my Kia Soul around but will be taking my AWD sorento out instead this weekend. Here’s to hoping for some decent money
 

bobbbobbobb

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Where are you getting 12-18 inches. I'm seeing a forecast of 4-8 inches in St. Paul. I have a 2015 Prius with winter tires. It's great in the snow, up to about 8-10 inches. I love driving in the snow.
 

AlexCom

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VSA or Traction Control on some vehicles.
I am surprised how many people have no idea and lack a basic knowledge of how their car functions.
You see them all the time.

Turn it back on when you're on the highway.

Where are you getting 12-18 inches. I'm seeing a forecast of 4-8 inches in St. Paul. I have a 2015 Prius with winter tires. It's great in the snow, up to about 8-10 inches. I love driving in the snow.
Try to turn off Traction Control it is a lot of fun
There's a video on YouTube how to do it
 

Coffeeplz

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I’m gonna watch the next 24 hours closely. Bad weather is great for demand, especially for Plus and Premier when basic Lyfts are too far away. BUUUUT.... I don’t want someone sliding into me on the road either. If it was just powdery dry snow like last month, no problem. Ice is deadly
 

Duckfan76

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Where are you getting 12-18 inches. I'm seeing a forecast of 4-8 inches in St. Paul. I have a 2015 Prius with winter tires. It's great in the snow, up to about 8-10 inches. I love driving in the snow.
A Prius good in 8-10 inches of snow? You’re talking about a plowed road and 8-10 in yards and everywhere but the road right? Because only way I see that happening is with a lift kit.
 

SurgeMasterMN

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Stay home be safe not worth wrecking you car.

Sidenote: The Project For the New American Century has been in place for years. This is all part of the New World Orders Playbook...

 

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