5 Cars & Trucks WITH CROSSOVE RS AND SUVS supplanting sedans as the default choice for everyday transportation, it's common for any given vehicle to sport four- or all-wheel drive (4WD and AWD). If you have a 4WD vehicle with knobs or buttons that let you choose between two- and four-wheel drive, and you're on a normal road, use 4WD Auto. But if it starts raining, already being in 4WD Auto means that extra traction will be there to save you, before you remember that you might need it. 4WD High locks the front and rear axles together, which is useful in only a few situations. [Extracted from the article]
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