My car is terrible in the snow. Luckily, that has not been an issue this winter. While my neck of the Northeast last winter racked up more than 60 inches of snowfall by official estimates — it seemed like far more as I navigated huge snow banks and held my breath each time SUVs passed on snow-narrowed roads — so far this year we’ve had only 7.8 inches. That’s not such good news for the nearby ski resorts. Who wants to hit the slopes when the lawn is visible and early ...

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