Winter (for some of us) is coming upon us and that means we’ll be driving in all sorts of horrible weather from slush to ice to freezing rain. Car companies have done wonders in just the last decade to make cars safer and easier to drive with traction control/stability control, abs, many standard airbags, seatbelts, weather adapting transmissions and better tire technology.
However, many of us do not own cars with many of these features (most notably abs and traction control). Many cars are simple: front disc/rear drum brake, manual transmission, and little else aside from airbags and seatbelts (ie, no abs or power steering or all season tires).
How would you cope with winter weather in such a simple yet common car? Then, how would you cope with winter in a fully loaded car?