Translation: Fail Wheel Drive vs Real Wheel Drive Thats the question. Do you drive a car with RWD? FWD? Or AWD? Or a compensator with 4WD? Personally I cannot stand front wheel drive cars, I owned a couple of them. And I'll never go back to a fail wheel drive car a again. They have terrible torque steer, burn through front tires very quickly, even with proper rotation. And I've never driven one that didn't have terrible understeer or " plowing " when pushed to the limit. And, terrible in the snow. Far to unpredictable for my taste. Plus whats worse, is you can't have fun with it! Doing parking brake slides for me just isn't as fun as powersliding around in a big ole parking lot. Myself, I drive a 2001 Porsche Boxster S ( this never gets used. Bought it used a few years ago from a friend who REALLY needed the cash, gets driven a few times a month, fun little car ). A 2010 Crown Victoria ( Fully loaded of course ), and a 2003 500whp ( Won't list mods ) Mercury Marauder. SO, all of those cars are Real Wheel drive, I just think it feels better. And you can have more fun with it. I love how I can kick out the end and flick the car around at will, and I feel like I have much more control over the car as well. For me, I will never own a fail wheel drive car again. Which is a shame, lots of cars I'd love to buy only come in FWD. Plus in my Marauder, I love being able to slide it around corners. In the Vic, its limited Slip Diff, Studded snow tires ( I only put them on in the winter ), and excelcent traction control system make it great in the snow.