Originally Posted by Elt31987
As long as there IS snow on that Tight Turn your fine, because the inside wheels will spin slightly faster than the outside wheels which is why you cannot use Part Time 4WD on dry pavement. For roads that are partially covered its kinda tricky, because you shouldnt use it on the dry stuff but you want to on the slippery stuff, if the patches are on a straightaway so when you go over the dry patches and your not turning it shouldnt be an issue but if the dry stuff is on a turn then you should turn off Part Time 4WD and enable it when your out of the turn
On roads partially covered with snow, I just leave 4WD off and keep it in 2WD. Only if it's fully covered with white and I can't see the asphalt will I kick it over to 4WD. Usually rely on how much I'm slipping in 2WD. If I feel slip ever time I hit the gas, it's 4WD, but if the road is partially covered, keep it in 2WD. Less control, but if the road is only partially covered it shouldn't be too bad. And better safe than sorry with binding the drive.