They cannot deal with snow. At all. I mean, seriously. We got a dusting and it took me 30 minutes to go 8 miles. And people are outraged that the kids had school today. Seriously? They pre-treated the roads so much, they turned white. And we literally got a half inch of snow. Get over it.
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My car Saturday around 10am. I promptly cleared all the snow off it afterwards.
I call this one, “The Trump”
That after seeing the following report that the first thing that comes to mind is that I would love to go nuts and actually slide through the streets of New York evading the cops just for the lols
dug out a Passat today. and a Sienna too
The snow bank is taller than the Leaf. I estimate we got around two and a half to three feet. Not bad
Do you love the snow? Not as much as Tian Tian here you don’t.
This was the 335i around noon. Just started snowing a lot harder too. I’m not even gonna bother digging my other cars out. I really should’ve chose to do the AWD Mercedes first...
Yesterday at 4:30 PM, my mother picked me up from a friend’s house two miles away. Upon entering the street we live on, I see the brightest thing I ever have: a generator exploding. And that’s when we realized that we, and about 20 other houses have no power.
I work as a Live Event Operator (Master Control) for Verizon Digital Media Services out of Ashburn, VA. I, along with about 50 of my co-workers am responsible for distributing the live stream of ESPN games on the Watch ESPN app and ESPN-go. This week is the Australian Open, easily one of our busiest weeks in the year.
I had to go to the store and it was literally no problem. I should have driven the car in the first place today. Wouldn't have had to get a ride home from work.
The S10's 4WD is kaput. It literally cannot move out of its parking spot. I’ve never seen a vehicle that was so bad in the snow. And that’s with weight in the back. My drive to work was truly nerve wracking. Luckily, I got a ride home.
There is a mild amount of accumulated freezing rain, and a bit of snow. The, “real snow,”comes later today, and I am very excited.
I need to go to the junkyard and get another transmission. 1st & 2nd gear syncros are going out.
We’ve been forecasted to get quite a few inches of snow this weekend for a few days now, so I made sure to be prepared: Emergency kits freshly stocked in the cars, snow/ice melting chemicals spread on the sidewalks and driveways of my house and those of the two houses near mine of elderly neighbors, snow shovels and…