Mountain Driving Attempt... In Cobalt
When I drove my car in the snow winter 2011, I made it up and down a steep hill perfectly fine, but then T-boned a van who was at a stop sign when I tried to go make it around a corner (at about 15mph) I had all seasons kinda worn, no chains cause snow wasn't that deep.
So, now I want to try and drive up to the Snoqualmie ski pass... lol.
Is this a bad idea, or should I be ok if I buy chains? Do chains give you a major advantage in snow? I have all season tires (new) No experience driving in snow in my car except the experience last year, but am a way better driver in general now, better accident prediction, quick reaction, etc.
I'm a little nervous to try, but won't be driving aggressively like normal.
'08 hatch Subie owner now