Hell I could probably smoke and drink a little less and afford it, you guys are convincing me! Maybe I take the civic in tomorow for a trade in LOL.
Dude, do it now! Throw on some meaty A/T tires and you will be so pleased with how well it will do. You will be able to get through just about anything, then the first time you see a civic spinning its tires trying to leave the parking lot you will wonder why you didn't get a 4x4 sooner lol!
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To make another point. I don't care what you drive. I will stop and pull you out if my Jeep and/or winch can handle it.
I've missed an avi gate because I stopped to pull a FJ and a STI out of the ditch on 88.
I will gladly add a shitty drive on 50 and a possible night in south lake to my drive if it means getting someone out of trouble and making sure they don't spend the night freezing in a car.
to you, that's the right attitude. When I lived in SLT, I would always tow people out of ditches or embankments just because it felt like the right thing to do. I even let some college kids crash at my house one night when they flipped their car on it's side near my house during a big snow storm and they couldn't get a tow truck to come out until the next morning.
Still, it was always annoying when I had to help people because their vehicles were clearly not capable of handling the conditions. Be it a front-wheel drive Camry with poorly-attached snow chains, or the (VERY common) SUV on summer tires, it never ceases to amaze just how invincible drivers think they are, no matter the weather and road conditions.