Driving in snow isn't that hard. The track is already made by other vehicles.
Driven on snow tracks and snow on main road in Suzuki khyber, 2.0D 1999 and civic exi without any problems.
Keep speed 30kmph.
Allow distance for braking.
Try to keep one side of wheels where snow is less or non existent on road for better traction and grip.
DONOT move the car when tyres start spinning. The car won't go further and will sink in deeper or slip badly.
If you are on an incline, let the car roll back or reverse to a spot where snow is less for traction and grip. Put in D and use momentum after gains some speed to move ahead.
If the side of your car e.g door touches snow on rock or wall covered with snow or grazes against it, the body won't be damaged. I was going on a incline in a narrow street and the left doors of civic hit snow covered wall but there no dents, nothing. Speed 45kmph.2nd gear.
If your car doesn't climb a snowy road or slippery road incline, make 2-3 guys sit on bonnet. Should do the job.
Keep hand brake handy but never exceed 40kmph.
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