Not driving the GTO in the winter is a waste of money. You're paying for a car that is not being used.heatherGTO said:I am not driving my GTO thru the bad Cleveland winters for the following reasons:
1. Roads are heavily salted.
3. Dont want to buy snow tires for a GTO.
4. Other drivers here drive like retards in snow (dont want my GTO in the body shop).
5. My winter beater is a Jeep 4x4.
:agreeheatherGTO said:Thank you. I'm actually saving on car insurance because i only need to carry comprehensive while the GTO is not being drivin which is saving me $400 for 6 months. And to carry liability on a Jeep is $100. for 6 months. I just want to save my investment from winter wear and tear.
Like anyone ever admits they weren't alert.BRIAN P. EWING said:I Agree With Heather And 05gto. I Drive Mine Only When The Weather Is Pretty. The Rest Of The Time It's Covered And In The Garage. As Far As People Driving In The Snow Being Alert Doesn't Always Work At Least Not In The 8 Yrs I've Been In Law Enforcement And The 1500+ Accidents I've Worked.
THANK YOU TUXEDO MASK!!!!!Tuxedo Mask said:How did this thread end up being about driving a GTO during winter? i saw let HeatherGTO do as she pleases with her car. Who gives a rat's behind! i love this site just as much as she says. i come here to hear and exchange ideas and thoughts about this car we love called the GTO.
Here is the original post that started this thread if anyone is interested in getting back on topic.heatherGTO said:Just wanted to say I love reading all the posts while my GTO is in storage till spring Good thing cause we just got blasted w/ snow. I cannot wait till April!!!