Join Date: Sep 2009
Location: Grand Falls-Windsor
yes you have, but guess what, they are from newfoundland AAAAANNNNNNDDDDD that happens every winter here. nothing new, nothing special, just showing that yes, we do have lots of snow, I drive a hell of alot of miles in it, and I know what its like to use the junk sra tires as well as something good and safe. too funny, in this instance the old say goes true, this is newfoundland not disneyland. i think thats in california if I remember correctly.
in 45 consecutive days last year my town received 174 Inches of snow. other places close by that I frequently travel received over 200 inches in those same 45 days. this is just average too.
the year before in 3 days we received 51" of snow. approx 115 cm.
this guy comes on and calls me about what I know about winter driving after I say I know alot about it because I do so much, and he lives in fresno????????I could care less where he's driven to in the past, I have driven alot in florida too, since I visit there 3 times a year.
I live in a huge snowbelt, on a regluar basis I have to shovel my door way just to get outside. i say the only snow ocr sees now is from the snow cone machine at the local park.
If you say the sr-a are fine in snow, its due to one of two things, you dont drive alot in snow, or you dont drive in alot of snow.
they are useless for anything up here really. just how it is, useless for off road, snow and just marginal in rain.