Bunch of whiners, be glad you don't live in Nebraska. Snow like that happens weekly during the winter. And there are accidents but relatively few because all the people who live here are used to driving in it. It's called adjusting to road conditions. Here's and example, I was driving home the other night when it was snowing hard enough you couldn't see more than 1/8 mile ahead of you and screaming up behind me is a 4x4 Dodge Ram....... I said "WOW!" Sure enough less than 200 yards down the road was the Ram off in the ditch, than proceeded into a tree, and the owner standing on the shoulder. I stopped and gave him a ride to a pay phone, but not before having a discussion about safe winter driving, and just because you have a 4x4 doesn't mean your invincible nor can you stop faster. I also informed he was lucky he didn't hit anyone, including myself, in which case I would've all but killed him. And if I wasn't so nice I woulda drove by really slow so proudly displaying my finger and blowing my horn.