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You guys are brave. If there is standing snow that hasn't been plowed I'm taking my truck for clearance and truck tires.
Two winters ago, I drove my P3D+ in about 8" of snow. I had changed the wheels to 18" and the tires to Pirelli Sottozero 3. They are more of a cold-weather performance tire than a snow tire.
I didn't go far, but the car did absolutely fantastic, even though part of the way it was pushing/compacting snow because it was deeper than the car's clearance. (In most area I drove, other cars had already done so). I had snow socks with me (and kitty litter and a shovel), but did not put them on.
I drove past a few stuck vehicles, including a tow truck; although to be fair the snow had been deeper - I didn't venture out until after a few days, when some had melted. In fact when it was at its deepest, a snowplow got stuck several times nearby, and the national guard was deployed in our neighborhood shoveling driveways.
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The snow tires and wheels:
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About 10" a couple of weeks ago with winter tires. I have a SR+ with Michelin X-Ice tires. I "groomed" the snow on my driveway with the bottom of my car. I was so impressed that I put a brief video up on my Youtube channel because of it (miteslaguy) LOL
overnight, a foot of snow had piled up.
I pulled out of the garage and put the gear on Drive and the car is now stuck.
I shoveled the snow out of the way for the tires but the all season tires just don't have enough traction. .
I drove my wife's X3 to work.
Freeway was pretty bad as well.
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