Would you rather drive a rear wheel or front wheel drive car on a snow covered road? Why?
a front wheel drive because the weight of the motor is over the drive wheels thereby creating better traction, (except up hill)
A rear wheel drive like a older volkswagon bug will provide adeqate traction for the same reasons as the front wheel drive as the motor is over the drive whees providing weight and traction.
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