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Is your vehicle ready for icy snow covered roads?
Are your tires up to the task at hand?
Do you have a blanket,hat and gloves in your ride in case you have to walk?
Winter type squirt fluid?
Anti freeze up to snuff?
New wiper blades?
Snow brush/scraper in the vehicle?
 

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Snow shoes & suit - $150.00
Snowblower - $900.00
Snow scraper - $5.00

Not needing any of it because you live in Louisiana - PRICELESS

HAHAHAHAHAHA
:bouncy:

Andy
 

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OH

Thats mean spirited Andy:globesnow
 

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I know up here at least, most people I know have a 4 wheel drive vehicle or a AWD vehicle. You really find that it works out better when we get the ice/snow mix. Definitely don't even consider a rear wheel drive vehicle unless its a pickup truck with a ton of sand in the bed.

I had a Subaru for work until last year and that thing was incredible in the snow. I now have a Honda Accord for work. Front wheel drive and it was fine in the two snowfalls that I tried it in January.
 

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Anything

I go down the road with has 4 wheel drive.I do not own a car.Just trucks,I was thinking I may be a Redneck.
 

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And one more thing. Make sure you have some tires on the car!! I work at a dealer, and you would be amazed at the number of cars that come in in the winter with bald, or almost bold tires. If you don;t have snows, at least be sure they have real good tread. The person you hit may be me.
 
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