I found myself in the I-95 snow mess yesterday/last night in my drive from Chapel Hill to DC. I’ll fairly take the hits on why I made the journey so my lesson learned. However, my gps rerouted me around the I-95 shutdown and pushed me onto surface roads. Many of them were 4 lane roads down to 1 lane and blocked with trees and stuck vehicles. It was bad. I watched so many cars spinning out and sliding into ditches and some of the roads were no more than alpine cross country trails. I have to say that my Hybrid Santa Fe, in snow mode and occasional diff-lock never wavered. It was a fantastic performance. I was so happy that I didn’t try to make that drive in my Tacoma. One observation on the cruise control/radar - it’s mounted so low that it was rendered ineffective by collecting road ice early into my journey . I was using cruise before conditions got too bad and while the interstate was flowing. I had to pull into reststops to scrape off the ice but it kept getting covered. And once that little plate is covered there is no cruise control at all. Lane and steering assist worked fine throughout (when there was a line to be had). Anyway, awesome vehicle in the nasty stuff.