Date: Mon, 01 May 2000 23:46:55 -0700
Subject: Re: Would Saabs be better as RWD?

On 02 May 2000 03:20:17 GMT, pdgpjhnopsamcomspamthis (Paul G) wrote: >>Only in limited cases, mainly in snow, does FWD have any advantage over >>RWD. Even in snow, once FWD loses tracion, you're done, while you can >>recover a RWD slide. > >Okay, so I've been trying to stay out of this one. However, any car is hard >to control in the snow especially if you can't keep your foot out of the gas. >If you don't like FW drive, don't buy one. Many of the handling problems >discussed here are a function of the driver, not the car. > >Paul >(Remove "spamthis" to reply) Finally! A breath of reason! Thank You Paul. Too many people are too fast to blame their autos instead of their handling skills on their "misfortunes". While I am not bragging, I have gone many places in my 2WD vehicle that "4-Wheelers" were stuck in. I have even passed by angry 4-wheelers that were stuck in the mud/snow. A few have even suggested that I have had incestious relationships with my Mother when I have offered assistance. -- A question is better debated and left unanswered than a question that is answered without debate. -Unknown

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