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Old 19th December 2010, 23:05   #1
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Default Driving on snow-swept roads in West London

west london? what is he talking about?! how can that be worthy of a 4x4 thread? well ordinarily you'd be right, but in the last couple of days we've had a bit of snow here, and as is the way of the world, drivers generally become bleating, moronic sheep, who have no idea about gently using the controls to carve a way through the non-slip surface the roads have become.

i'm generally talking about the pilots of the big german luxobarges that are currently litttering the streets of london, abandoned by owners unable to control their massively over powered rwd monsters on a slightly snow flaked road, remember the video below has about a quarter of the snowfall some areas of the UK are having.

meanwhile the baby pajero junior, drops into 4wd hi, when needed, and smoothly pulls away.....


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