Thank you for all the responses guys, but I'm getting mixed answers lol...By the way, I don't know if it matters, but I have an Automatic. Maybe that is a lot easier to drive in the snow then a manual? I guess I will first test the car out when it snows a little and see how it handles and if it sucks I will get Snow Tires.
Much easier to drive in the snow with an automatic, less to worry about.
I know there are a lot of mixed answers here, but I fear there may be a lot of dilution here.
I come from a city with snowfall that exceeds my height by at least double sometimes with terrible roads and snow removal crews, and I've driven in these terrible winters for years and years. I would just like to make it clear once again that WINTER TIRES ARE 100% NECESSARY AND ALL-SEASONS ARE NEXT TO USELESS.
Hope this helps, keep everyone safe and cheers.
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