Some winters, every state in the country — includingFlorida and Hawaii — may have some accumulation of snow.

Depending on where you live, the snow may last for a day or forweeks. But whether you're dealing with an inch or a foot, snow can be problematic without the rightvehicle to endure the elements.

When you're going to work or to stock up on groceries, you wantdependability no matter the scenario. Although a pickup truck isgreat for extreme snow conditions, the price and size are adeterrent for many. To make drivers aware of other choices,Forbes haspublished a list of the 15 best cars and crossovers for snow.

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Denny Jacob

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