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How can I give my car or pickup truck better traction for driving in snowy conditions?
Pickup trucks can be great for hauling around sleds in the snow, but if they have rear-wheel drive, they are at risk of sliding or losing traction. Front-wheel drive vehicles handle the best in winter weather because the engine sits above the drive wheels, weighing them down and increasing their grip on the road. Add weight to the beds of pickup trucks and trunks of cars with rear-wheel drive to give them more stability.





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