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Right now I'm in Indiana, moving to New Hampshire. New Hampshire is usually really good about clearing out the road. But I think everyone is worried about the amount of soft snow there will be right after a snowfall. So ground clearance, etc. might be an issue. But I'm imagining that's going to be an issue for EVERY car that's not higher off the ground like an SUV is. Right? So really ANY car operates the same. Obviously, AWD helps, but if you're not a stupid driver I'd imagine the Mini's FWD on good winter tires will be just fine?
Four wheel drive doesn't help with braking.
Choice of tyres makes a massive difference.
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