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This is a discussion on Snow and stock summer tires, how's it? within the Mid-Atlantic States forums, part of the Regional Discussion category; I've done it. I got by fine, but then again I know how to maintain proper control and I didn't ...

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    I've done it. I got by fine, but then again I know how to maintain proper control and I didn't do a whole lot of driving in said conditions. Yes, it is dangerous to do.

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    You know those furniture slider things you see on TV for $19.99? It's kind of like that.
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    yeah, ive got Cooper Zeon 2XS provided by the dealership...am not enjoying myself right now with the amount of snow my area has been getting. I know how to drive, and while I may still be adjusting to AWD, it has been hairy getting to and from work that is only 10 minutes down the road.

    need snow tires...but need the money first

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    Wow! WRX owners rock! thanks for the info!

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