How do you minimize the risk for wheelspin after stopping in a slippery intersection during winter?

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Review of the options:

  • By applying the throttle uneven during the first meters (forceful–careful–forceful).
    – Bad, this increases the risk of wheelspin, since every forceful throttle application is like starting for the first time.

  • By reversing about one metre just before entering the intersection.
    – It can be good in some specific cases, but it is bad as a general advice. Most likely, the grip will not be any better and the visibility gets worse.

  • By applying the throttle in a forceful and even way.
    – Forceful equals greater risk for wheelspin This option is therefore incorrect.

  • By applying the throttle in a careful and even way.
    – Correct.

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