You probably have more hills than we do, and AWD is a must during the winter. Our "hills" are very gentle in comparison.... wanted AWD ...
You must have A/S tires. I remember driving my V with the original runflats when they were nearly worn out. I had zero traction in 1 inch of snow.Mine's gets driven as long as it's not covered in snow . My garage ain't big enough! (otherwise it too would sleep through the winter)
Over here on the Shore we have an event each March 21 - "The Burning Of The Socks". Bonfire lit, Bloody Marys, boat shoes on, socks off and in the fire.Pretty dramatic. I think this annual event should replace that silly thing they do with groundhogs on February 2nd every year.
Ease of starting after storage is usually testimony to the storage preparation - and the care and maintenance given to the car on a routine basis.It always amazes me how quickly it starts after so long.
Yup. I edited out the part with me fumbling around disconnecting it.You must have had yours on a tender, I was treated to an anticlimatic starter click when trying to start mine after winter.
Didn't realize he had walked into camera view, but I didn't edit him out. He deserves to be famous.sounds nasty...looks like the dog knew what was up.
Same as Boston and same as Chicago with small variations. Having four very distinct seasons makes it more interesting.... I've spent a certain amount of time in Detroit and I cringe driving there in the summer...can't image how bad winter would be. ...