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Schweinhund
Oct 23, 2004

                                       


You don't need winter tires in PA. If you can afford them and want to go through the hassle of changing them twice per year then go for it but most people don't use them.

I'm in new jersey and it doesn't snow that much around here. There might be 3 significant snowfalls per winter and they plow it off the roads within a day. So you might not even have to drive in snow any time soon.

If you have to drive in snow, just drive slower . It's not much different from driving in normal weather except if you're going fast and hit an ice patch your car can slide and bad things can happen, so just drive slow.

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Schweinhund
Oct 23, 2004

                                       


also these are great to keep in your car so you can brush the snow off. It's called a snow brush

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