Yeah, it's easy to fishtail, but it's also easy to recover. Just don't be stupid and you'll be all right.
Compared to where I grew up (north of Chicago, almost to the WI border), NJ winters are a breeze. We only had a couple storms of 24+ inches where the Mustang wouldn't be driveable, but we also have an AWD Fusion which is a champ, even on the stock all season rubber.You guys driving these year-round up there? How is that working out?
Yep, my friend lives just outside of Syracuse. Considering we're both Virginia Tech alums, I told him it's borderline blasphemous for him to live there.Currently, I am able to store my car during the winter. I'm in Lake Effect Snow territory and we can get multiple feet of snow in a few hours. Rather not drive in that stuff. I did with a 2005 V6 Mustang for years. A good set of rear snow tires is a must.
Go Orange! Yep, you got it love it here or you'd go crazy with the long snowy winters. Luckily, I stay busy photographing the Syracuse Crunch hockey team which helps with the occasional trip to Florida to thaw out.Yep, my friend lives just outside of Syracuse. Considering we're both Virginia Tech alums, I told him it's borderline blasphemous for him to live there.
He told me it will occasionally snow into May. You easily get triple the snow up there that I get in Northern NJ. You can have it!
I know where that picture was taken! I'm pretty sure I have a picture of our cars next to each other in a grocery story parking lot, about 30 miles south east of Boston.Competition Orange Premium with Performance Package and navigation.
Water front in Plymouth. Yes that car has been replaced by a 17 Grabber Blue Premium Performance Package EvoboostI know where that picture was taken! I'm pretty sure I have a picture of our cars next to each other in a grocery story parking lot, about 30 miles south east of Boston.
I know this is an old post (and looking at your profile pic, I'm guessing an old car); but I'm also rocking a Comp Orange Premium Performance Pack Mustang.