Listen, it's NOT that difficult! Here are some simple suggestions courtesy of moi....
1) Slow the hell down!
Your rimmed up Camero may be bad ass for the three months that the sun is shining here in Michigan, but if you keep driving like an ass, it may end up as my new hood ornament on my Avalanche.
If you don't own a scraper, it's time to invest $2.99 in one. The 5" x 5" window you've scraped out on your windshield using your cotton glove, is not enough. I think there are 5 other windows on your car for a reason -- DUMBASS! If those are covered in snow, you can't see me which means when you hit me, you will have MUCH bigger problems than just your stupidity.
While I'm all about being "green" and making smarter economical decisions, I'm much more concerned for my family's safety which requires a four wheel drive vehicle at least 4 months of the year. Be smart here. You may save money on your monthly payment and fuel, but when you're spending $5,000 on repairs from the damage caused by the winter months and your inability to operate your rear wheel drive vehicle in the snow -- who's really ahead in the game?
4) The rules of the road don't change.
Just because there's some fluffy white stuff may cover up some street signs, doesn't mean the rules of the road should be ignored.
YOU CANNOT COME TO A COMPLETE STOP IN THE MIDDLE OF THE ROAD TO SWITCH LANES.
YOU CANNOT MERGE ONTO THE HIGHWAY AT 20MPH -- YOU WILL CAUSE AN ACCIDENT.
YOU CANNOT "CREATE YOUR OWN" PARKING SPOT BECAUSE YOU CAN'T SEE THE LINES ON THE ROAD.
If you participate in these activities, you deserve a seasonal drivers license. Moron.
5) Be patient.
Need I remind you that you live in Michigan (or a cold weather climate state). Where the hell are you rushing to get to anyways? Everything stops from December - April, duh.
For those of you who may be reading my rant that are lucky enough to live in a warmer climate and not have to experience this type of thing... enjoy this reminder of why you should remain where you are!!