speaking of winter....we had our first snowfall here, and the people around are horrible drivers at first snowfall, there all "oh my god what's that white stuff? .. oh well I'll drive 60KM/h anyway." I had to suddenly stop and guess what I noticed my car isn't particularly nice in the snow... I avoided the accident (cause I practice in parking lots) I had to put my car exactly 90 degrees sideways in the lane because the ass in front of me swerved..
all that was a waste of time telling you heres' what I was going to ask..
I have brand new tires on my car, should my car have handled better than it did? I remember another cavy I drove was better in the snow...
Here In Manitoba we got about 2 feet of snow. Damn I wish I had a snowmobile. Oh well, guess my Honda Quad WIll have to do.
My Cavy is not too bad in snow either, thanks to front wheel drive. Took it to an empty parking lot today and did a couple of doughnuts, to get a "feel" for my car. I think everyone should do this, so they might be able to avoid an accident if they at least have an idea on how their vehicle handles.