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10 Cars for Winter Driving

Andrew Kim
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12/22/2008
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If you're looking out the window right now and live in the Issaquah, Sammamish, Bellevue, or the Seattle areas, you'll see the snow still coming down and probably more than the weather forecasters predicted which means a very messy Monday morning commute into work.  I may not get into my office in Bellevue if there are enough cars that slide off the road like on Issaquah - Fall City Road or other cars that can't make it up a hill and are abandoned making it difficult to navigate and weave in and out of these obstacles.

Anyway, so I came across this list of 10 cars on AOL tonight (Sunday) that are supposed to be good in the snow.

VW Jetta
Jeep Liberty
Jeep Grand Cherokee
Acura RDX
Toyota Camry
VW Rabbit
Audi A6 Quattro
Toyota Avalon
Jeep Patriot
Jeep Commander

You can judge for yourself but I personally would not drive anything unless it had 4WD or all wheel traction control with good snow or all season tires, and I'm not sure that all of these listed vehicles have them.  You wonder if Jeep, Toyota and VW paid AOL to get on this self serving list.

Anyway, if you see one of these in a car accident out in this snow tomorrow and especially if you are hit by one of these vehicles in a crash and are injured, give me a call at 1-800-636-3676 and we can talk about this list and your injury case.

Category: Car Accidents


1 Comments to "10 Cars for Winter Driving"

Good information! It is crazy and dangerous out there.
Posted by Kaya on December 27, 2008 at 01:51 AM

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