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Cool photo.

First snow of the year so far?
Do you daily drive your car year round up there? If so,...kudos to you man. Wow.
We've had snow a couple of times previously but nothing to worry about it hanging around because it's only approx. -8 to to the low + 3-6 degrees weather! Yes this is my daily driver and have been driving this car all year long for the past 6 years. I have been through 8-12+ inches of snow with the Blizzak's where at times 1/3 of my front bumper is covered with snow! The WS80's/WS90's "New Model" are probably the best tires for these cars in the heavy snow and icy conditions! My first winter tire I had bought the Michelin X-Ice XI 3's because they were rated the best winter tires but for our cars it was one of the scariest tires I had so got rid of those, tried the WS80's and have never looked back, now the WS90's just came out!

Funny thing is especially when these tires are new you should see people's faces when I'm driving this car in the blizzard safely passing them and they're just like. "WTF"...lol

P.S. Last year I tried putting 6X50lb sand bags in the back seat which was recommended by another Stang owner and traction is just awesome, only in the heavier winter months like Jan & Feb!


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We've had snow a couple of times previously but nothing to worry about it hanging around because it's only approx. -8 to to the low + 3-6 degrees weather! Yes this is my daily driver and have been driving this car all year long for the past 6 years. I have been through 8-12+ inches of snow with the Blizzak's where at times 1/3 of my front bumper is covered with snow! The WS80's/WS90's "New Model" are probably the best tires for these cars in the heavy snow and icy conditions! My first winter tire I had bought the Michelin X-Ice XI 3's because they were rated the best winter tires but for our cars it was one of the scariest tires I had so got rid of those, tried the WS80's and have never looked back, now the WS90's just came out!

Funny thing is especially when these tires are new you should see people's faces when I'm driving this car in the blizzard safely passing them and they're just like. "WTF"...lol

P.S. Last year I tried putting 6X50lb sand bags in the back seat which was recommended by another Stang owner and traction is just awesome, only in the heavier winter months like Jan & Feb!


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That's awesome man. Good for you.
You're a braver man than I. Not because I wouldn't drive my car in the snow, (which I wouldn't, LOL), but because you have the gusto to do it!!
Stay safe!
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We've had snow a couple of times previously but nothing to worry about it hanging around because it's only approx. -8 to to the low + 3-6 degrees weather! Yes this is my daily driver and have been driving this car all year long for the past 6 years. I have been through 8-12+ inches of snow with the Blizzak's where at times 1/3 of my front bumper is covered with snow! The WS80's/WS90's "New Model" are probably the best tires for these cars in the heavy snow and icy conditions! My first winter tire I had bought the Michelin X-Ice XI 3's because they were rated the best winter tires but for our cars it was one of the scariest tires I had so got rid of those, tried the WS80's and have never looked back, now the WS90's just came out!

Funny thing is especially when these tires are new you should see people's faces when I'm driving this car in the blizzard safely passing them and they're just like. "WTF"...lol

P.S. Last year I tried putting 6X50lb sand bags in the back seat which was recommended by another Stang owner and traction is just awesome, only in the heavier winter months like Jan & Feb!


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Props to a fellow daily Mustang driving canadian =)
 

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