Originally Posted by WRXSteye20008
I use all seasons in PA as snow tires would go to waste as we only see snow here and ther and do fine. Throttle if you feel the car kick out as discussed, it sounds odd to push the gas when feel you are losing control, but it works. Most of us here, do it for fun when given the opportunity. We got about 2 inches today and I still have on my high performance tires (need to switch to winters asap) and came out of the gym and saw snow on the roads and thought ****. Drove home and slid a lot, but LFB and trottle and home safe. I also pulled my ABS fuse ages ago as well.
And you live in Lancaster? lol I'm in Pittsburgh and have run winter tires for the past 3 years... I'll never go back. Winter tires help, even on cold dry roads.
Even with an inch on the roads, summer tires are completely unsafe. I've driven all seasons in 2-3 inches and although it's do-able and you won't really get stuck with our AWD, it's still much safer and easier to steer and stop with winter tires.