This is how you drive in the snow

Call it the Snowpocalypse, Snowmageddon, Snostradmus, or just SnOMG, it's snowy outside and people are abandoning their vehicles. Why? We have no idea. Here's proof from the Sno*Drift 2011 Rally showing just how easy it is for any vehicle — whether they be FWD, RWD, or AWD — to conquer the snow.

For more rally driving encouragement check out Handbrakes & Hairpins or the full set of photos from photographer Tim Williams.

This is how you drive in the snow

It's no surprise and AWD vehicle like this Subaru WRX can conquer the snow at the Sno*Drift Rally.

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This is how you drive in the snow

But a FWD Dodge Neon? Rad.

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This is how you drive in the snow

What about a RWD Volvo? The Volvo 240 "Brick" is a fairly popular choice for snow drifting. Remember this when you complain that you can't drive your Miata in the snow.

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This is how you drive in the snow

It helps to have skills.

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This is how you drive in the snow

And it helps to have lights.

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This is how you drive in the snow

Even a Scion can do it.

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This is how you drive in the snow

Or a torque-steering Mazdaspeed3.

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This is how you drive in the snow

Make sure to paint your car in bright colors so they can find you if you end up shiny side up.

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This is how you drive in the snow

The Ford Fiesta's a popular choice, given its small size and the ability to replace it cheaply.

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This is how you drive in the snow

Still, it's hard to top a good ol' Subaru WRX.

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This is how you drive in the snow

Which can even drive back to the stating area if it loses a wheel, as this WRX did.

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