I encountered this bad weather while driving in Canada. This is what you call a "white out". I drove through these conditions for 30+ miles. It took me about 3 hrs. I have driven in worse, but i dont have pictures of it. Actually driving on snow isnt that bad. It smooths out the road. It also has a lot better traction that ice. If you look real close you can make out the road. As long as you dont feel a bump you are doing good. I meant a bump and a bang, or a bump and a crashing sound. Feeling a bump in Canada is real common.Feeling a bump and a bang isnt unusual either. What I hate the most about winter, is loading and unloading equipment. I cant stand it when its -20 F and the wind is blowing 25mph. You know its cold when your tears freeze. I guess someone has to do it.