How Can Front Wheel Drive Improve Your Commute?

Do you live in an area that usually has cold weather? If so, you may benefit from driving a front-wheel drive (FWD) vehicle. A FWD car can be an asset to those who regularly drive in rain, sleet, and snow.

With FWD, the front wheels are responsible for the vehicle's movement. This helps the vehicle maintain traction on slippery or inconsistent surfaces. This is explained by the FWD vehicle's mechanical design. The bulk of the car's weight is carried on the front end which helps the tires dig in.

Rear-wheel drive (RWD) cars and trucks tend to slip and slide in bad weather. The reason why is that the front wheels do not have any pulling power. Yet, RWD cars are perfect for those who drive in mild weather conditions. RWD vehicles are tougher and stabler on dry roads.

Seidel Hyundai can help determine if you really need a FWD vehicle. Speak to a Hyundai sales associate in Reading, PA to discuss your driving needs.

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