Oh for heaven's sake, if you can't drive in snow, don't drive in snow.

 Oh come on, really?

Oh come on, really?

Georgia, Virginia "paralyzed" by an inch of snow. appreciate that southerns lack experience with driving in snow, and many of their cars aren't equipped to deal with it, but look at the picture above of an overturned, 4-wheel-drive Jeep wearing, it appears, four snow tires. Sheesh (in fairness, it's possible that the Jeep driver was forced into his predicament by another, less cautious driver. I'm betting against that, but it's possible).

Even up here, I see idiots zooming along icy roads, presumably confident that their all-wheel-drive cars will stop them on ice as quickly as they do on dry pavement. Wrong: cars have always had four-wheel brakes, and it takes 9X longer to stop on ice than it does on dry roads.

I wouldn't mind if Darwinism took these people off the road, but when they go, they often take others with them, like, maybe, that Jeep driver.