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    even Switzerland experiences snow problems

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    Love the snow and snow covered roads. Looks so peaceufl and nice, of course untill something like that happens.

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    The Blues Brothers would be proud!

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    Quote Originally Posted by biologist
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    Haha, that's some nice work
    I guess we're lucky in that we don't get snow in winter, although from what I hear from friends in Finland, it can be a lot of fun too But something like that would be scary to witness if it was coming straight at you
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    Nice Parking !!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SamR
    I guess we're lucky in that we don't get snow in winter, although from what I hear from friends in Finland, it can be a lot of fun too But something like that would be scary to witness if it was coming straight at you
    With the amount of rain Australia gets, NOT, I don't think our highly trained driving public could cope if the roads got any decent amount of snow on them.
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    Doesn't look like a Renault Trafic to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kermit
    With the amount of rain Australia gets, NOT, I don't think our highly trained driving public could cope if the roads got any decent amount of snow on them.
    I used to live in country where we get a lot of snow. I lived in very steep street and people had to put chains on tyres so cars wouldn't slide down the street. Well one morning people woke up and found the most of the cars in a pile at the bottom of the street. It snowed heavily during the night and in the morning truck with salt for the road started sliding and hit one car. Then domino effect occured and no one from my street went to work that day .

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    I lived in Canada for 2 years and your right, driving in the snow can be fun, but not in peak hour traffic in Calgary right after an ice storm, that's just bloody scary! Especially without AWD or traction control, but ABS definately helps!

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