Re: Snow driving advice
I'm from Northern PA, we always run 4 hi. It doesn't mean your invincible, it just helps a lot. You'll rarely use 4 low if at all. It also helps if you have a good set of fog lights on it. They come in handy in bad conditions, allows you to see ruts and tire tracks on/in the snow a lot easier, especially in the areas where the snow blows and drifts accross roads.
2001 Silverstone Metallic WJ Limited:
Gen III Clear/Chrome Projector/CCFL Halos/LEDs, 8K HIDs, 8K HID Projector/Halo fogs, Clear/Chrome Tail Lights and 3rd Brake Light with LEDS, Diamond Mesh Upper and Lower Fascia, Spectre CAI, Breather Filter, Cabin Air Filter, Low-Temp Thermostat, Jet Stage 1 Chip, MagnaFlow Exhaust with Resonator Tip, Shorty Antenna, Front/Back De-badged