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See, How It Works Is, You're Supposed To Get Winter Tires For Your BMW M5

Not ask a guy wearing shorts to push the car out of the snow.

Winter has already severely struck parts of the US this year and there’s still plenty of time for more snow and ice before spring arrives. In other words, it’s best to be prepared for the wintery weather, and that means drivers with RWD cars really ought to get a set of winter tires. Yes, it’s an expense but that’s part of the deal you make with yourself when opting for RWD unless, say, you live in Arizona. No snow is likely to fall there. But the owner of this BMW M5 (which costs at least $95,000 new) is learning the hard way.

For whatever reason (we’re guessing extreme cheapness) he failed to get winter tires and, as expected, got stuck in the snow. A couple of good Samaritans did what they could to help the guy out but still, cheap is cheap, and this M5 owner owes these two guys a drink.

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