Join Date: Jan 2012
Location: Eastern ,PA.
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Living in Eastern Pennsylvania we get varying amounts of snow. Depending on the area, some roads are plowed/salted well and others are not touched AT ALL. In the last month I have used my 4WD 5-6 times for most if not all the entire trip to/from work. In some cases the snowfall was not all that deep but the roads were packed down snow/ice. On a few trips I used S-Mode quite often to go down some rather large snow/ice covered hills I had to use.
During the Spring/Summer/Fall I have used my 4WD any number of times at car show trailer parking areas. Wet grass and even the slightest grade makes 4WD a MUST when towing a loaded, enclosed car trailer.
Like others have said 2WD or 4WD comes down to one's needs and location.
2012 Tundra DC 4x4, 5.7L, Silver Sky Metallic, SR5 Pkg, Tow Pkg, OEM Towing Mirrors, Chrome Appearance Pkg, AM/FM/CD w/ MP3/WMA Playback, Rubber Flr Mats w/Door Sill Protector, A.R.E "CX" Cap, BedRug Bedliner, Tekonsha Prodigy Brake Controller, Seatcovers, Westin 6" Oval Nerf Bars TWACCM #48
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