Originally Posted by atlanta2004m3
Being that you're from Miami and you say you've been there all your life, we do have these novel things called hills though. Enjoy them while you are here with your M, since FLA driving has got to be pretty dull, nevermind all the troopers and local coppers. You'll have a much better driving experience, plus the colder air works wonders for engine performance too.
Roads in Georgia aren't that bad in terms of potholes actually, to be honest they are almost as good as those in Florida except for the crappiest of the urban streets in Atlanta. Try going north to experience truly bad roads due to frost heave and freeze-thaw cycles. (ie Ohio, Michigan, New York, Penn, anywhere in Canada)
I've had 2 M3s now and had zero problems in ATL. Never bought a single snow tire since winter doesn't really exist in Georgia, save for the highest areas of the North Georgia mountains (ok, really big hills)
Any good driving roads near ATL?