[QUOTE=Mattk8789;1219549]Just wondering, does anyone here drive their Challenger during winter? I can't imagine everyone here lives in a warm area and was just wondering how they put up in the snow. I own a RWD car now that I drive in winter, so I'm pretty used to drifting all the way to work lol.
But anyway, I'm going to be getting my Challenger once winter is done here in NY...
Matt, I'm a NY'er also. As mild as the winters have been here - you will get to drive your Challenger regardless. I'm still on my F1s and will be out there today. At 35 degrees I take it a little easier because of how hard the rubber feels but if it's sunny they run fine. I just make it a point not to go out if there is moister on the ground or salt.
These guys on here running their cars in the winter during snow, sleet and rain are proof that just as important as the tires nothing beats taking the time to know your car and how she handles.
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