I took a trip from the beach in NH to southern NH yesterday evening. Left the restaurant after dark and found it had started to lightly snow with strong winds, outdoor temps were 32 degrees. On the highway I was going a little above the speed limit and saw emergency vehicles on the other side of the highway at 4-5 separate locations, then started to see cars on the side of the road and it still hadn’t occurred to me these cars that had slid off the road. Only after I came to a toll booth did I realize there was black ice on the road ( I am a very careful driver and being the first snow shower of the season it took me some time to realize how dangerous the conditions were.) Well the first curve in the highway after the toll booth came 3 stationary cars on my side of the road that were on the hard shoulder with their hazards on. There was one car in front of me travelling forwards and slowing down, I moved into the fast last lane and that is when the rear end started to fishtail, I steered into the skid the back end caught and then fishtailed the other way. I know I didn’t touch the brakes but I don’t know if regen turned on when I let off the accelerator because it happened so quickly. It was definitely black ice, 3 cars were unable to recover and I was in the fast lane. I don’t know if I would have been safe in my previous car (probably would have been) but I was definitely impressed with the way the Model S handled, especially being the first rear wheel drive car I have driven. I continued home safely. By the time I got home I past about 15-20 cars that were off the road. Funny thing is I have a set of winter wheels and tires sitting in the garage waiting to be installed by Tesla SC in a couple of weeks. I am running the OEM 19” right now. Been careful of that first snow!