Originally Posted by footie
Wintertyres are for snow which is laying and at least 3~4 inches think minimum. Where I live and most of Europe where it rains at least 30~40% of the year the added advantage of decent traction from an awd system could be considered a benefit to daily driving.
At what point will do move back on to topic.
Agreed with the wintertyres-snow thing.(London atm....
)The other thing:Whatever makes you feel better. I don't have any tractionproblems with my car unless I push it....and I make a benefit of those traction'problems' because of the fine M lsd
AWD in our part of EU is unnecessary and a bit boring imo.
But we keep going around in circles(//M style), sorry about that.