Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: Montgomery Village MD
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If you need to dig with the tires in order to get traction, shut off traction control. this is most often the case when you are severely stuck. If you are making any headway, you probably want to leave it on.
When you are trying to blast through something like a snow drift or a steep snowy hill, you may want to turn off the traction control so that you can keep momentum.
Sometimes when Making a U-turn on wet, slippery pavement you will find the outside tire spins and the traction control retards the throttle making it hard to accelerate fast. This can be a problem with rapidly approaching oncoming traffic.
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