I have some advice to ask of experienced RWD Model S drivers. I have searched around a bit here, but didn't come across this. I'm likely to get a RWD Model 3 largely due to cost. I live in a snowy part of Canada, but have driven RWD ICE cars with good snow tires before. I feel as though that combined with Tesla's excellent traction control I should be fine. Doing a bunch of reading and following Bjorn's adventures gives me additional confidence. My question though is that my wife has never driven a RWD vehicle regularly in the winter; the Model 3 will be our family's only vehicle. Is a RWD Model S (I suppose Roadster too) with good snow tires easy enough to drive and recover from a slippery situation should one occur? It is recommended to put the car's regen mode in 'low' for the winter months such that aggressive regen won't initiate a slide? I'm not sure if the traction control applies to the regen as well. Thanks for any input!