A friend and I recently had an interesting discussion about which gears to use while driving in deep snow (up a driveway) and which gears to use while rocking the vehicle after being stuck in deep snow. I believe one should use low gear for best traction in deep snow. He believes one should use high gear for best traction in deep snow. We assumed both vehicles, tires, etc. are the same. While rocking a vehicle which is stuck in snow I believe one should go back and forth between reverse and low gears. He believes one should go between reverse and high gears. Each of us has about 40 years of living and driving in big snow counry. Neither one of us has been stuck very often. The only thing riding on the outcome of your responses is bragging rights. We didn't even bet a brewski. Many readers on this site live in big snow country; especially this winter. What are your opinions? Which of us does these two things the right way?