Hi there I'm hoping you can help me figure out what to do with my car. This may not be the place I'm sorry to ask this question but I can't find any other help so thought I would try you. I love my Mercedes but how the heck do you drive in the midwest with one of these cars? I've been told that my summer Tires are in great shape and should be fine to use in the winter. I also have sand bags in my trunk over the rear tires. I still slip, slide and can't move in situations there shouldn't be a problem. Is there any hope for me?☺
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If there is one thing these cars suck at is snow. All the wait is in the front but the active wheels are in the back. I rember several years ago I got embarrassed as I couldn't drive my E320 up the hill when a Hyundai Elantra just drove right around me. 

Just add some more weight on the back. 

The other option is to put winter tires on the back. 

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