Originally Posted by Kolyan2k
Wrong.....I had FWD, AWD, and RWD cars with AS tires, with summer tires, and with winters.
My AWD car with pretty bad high performance winter tires was not as good as my RWD car with snow/ice tires.
Its RWD car that was like a tank in snow. After that I would never buy another AWD car in Mass, unless its a high performance AWD. Not a fan of carrying extra weight for no reason.
, I can see that you fail physics in high school. Its better to pull a car thru snow than to push it, push and pull would be the best senserio as in AWD. If a AWD and RWD car have the same snow tires, the AWD will out perform the RWD in the snow.