If you like to hug trees and save the environment in your spare time, then this article isn't for you. If you're constantly worried about ever increasing gasoline prices, and the spiraling demand for oil, then this article isn't for you. But, if you're looking for great roads to just go out and drive this winter, this article is definitely for you. Forbes.com put together a list of just that, great roads for driving this winter. While most of the roads are in milder climates, in the American South and Southwest, there is the token snow-covered mountain road, and they even recommend vehicles to go with these drives. Of course, they seem to assume you've got a bit of money, as most of the recommended cars come in well above $40,000.
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