6th December 2019


What Does 4wd lock mean?

Both front and rear wheels are driven in low-range, which uses a lower gear ratio. If your 4WD vehicle has manual locking hubs, located in the center hub of the front two wheels, you'll have to engage them when you're using either 4H or 4L. These lock the hub and wheel to the front differential output shafts.

Is all wheel drive better in snow?

If you live in a place that gets frequent snow storms, an all-wheel-drive vehicle with winter tires will be very capable. And some AWD systems function better than others in terms of helping drivers get traction. The rest kept rolling on their all-season tires and took their chances.
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