I passed the FIT down to my daughter Kelsey. The front wheel
drive is good for her - she drives all of 8 city blocks to work.
Yes, I stepped up to All-Wheel drive with a 2022 Honda HRV - love it.
I have stayed home in bad snow weather - this is when the heavy
snow is accompanied by high winds causing blizzard conditions.
We refer to this as a white out - when you can not see 10 feet in
front of your car.
The metro Twin Cities area has +1000 heavy dump trucks with snowplows.
They also dispense salt out the back with the dump box slightly
elevated pouring roadsalt into a circular spreader.
After 14" of snow over two days, my city had every street cleared
down to bone clear in one day.
Despite this effort, there still are many accidents and folks in the ditch.
Some never figure out that 4-wheel drive is worthless on sheet ice.
Good overall in snowy conditions, but not on ice.
Current snow levels as of 1/20/23 are already equal to the whole season.