It's not that bad once you're used to it and use your head. Almost every car you find stuck, flipped, cracked up or destroyed is a 4 wheel drive SUV. People think that by having 4 wheel drive they can go through it all and have control at speed. Ice is ice as soon as folks start to slip and slide they panic and weeeee. I love the snow, it covers everything with a white blanket, it is clean, quiet and fun
I love snow. Snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, winter camping... can't wait for more snow! And the thing to remember when driving in it is to maintain stability. For example, try to avoid turning the wheel while accelerating or braking. Doing either simultaneously minimizes your tires' contact with the surface, and makes you more prone to losing control. As Tony737 says, steer into the skid, and as fritzmerde advises, 4-wheel or all-wheel drive does not mean that you can drive as you normally would; it merely increases your safety when you drive circumspectly.
Snow is pretty but here in Alabama after a day I'm ready to see it go. There are no snow plows here very little salt and no skis, snowmobiles, or snow shoes. We had a blizzard here in 92 that dropped 2'to 3' and it shut this place down. No power for a week trees down everywhere. I got on my bobcat and cleared parking lots rain into a lady from Michigan and she said she was shocked she said "I have never seen anything like this in my life" So no I don't like snow.