DJ: Ashes, snow tires and a healthy dose of tenacity welcomed winter driving, not whining

Years ago, old dudes put snow tires on their back wheels without being prompted by social media or consumer advocates. They just knew. It was an age when we welcomed winter -- not feared it.


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