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Seems that most of the vehicles I see upside down in a ditch are 4WD. And while a 4WD may help get moving forward the usual problem encountered in driving in snow and ice is the inability to stop moving forward when your really need to. And even if you can, most of the other drivers around you can't. I had that discussion with the boss once just before lunch and he didn't buy it. He was unhappy after lunch -- seemed a couple of the guys decided to take the office Jeep instead of their car and got rear ended. The brand new office Jeep.
Hear! Hear!I rather enjoy seeing 4x4s and SUVs in the ditch after snow and/or ice. Hopefully it educates the drivers, but I'm sure they'll blame the vehicle and not their driving.
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