I wish I had my camera here today, you would have seen something that would make you cry like a baby.OoTLink said:Try backing in next time
I am pretty sure we tried it any way possible, spend two hours on it. The tires are brand new (only 5 days old in fact). I can only imagine that the traction control system is not okay. A friend will come tomorrow with his 300crd, then we will know more. Either I will be just as pissed or there will be two 300crd's in front of my house and two guys getting drunk right before lunch.MrHappy said:I have the stock Conti's (non-seal) on my C. The only time I had an issue was on a steep incline at a customer's house (Probably 30+ degrees at the minimum) and it was ice, not snow. I tried to hit it at a curve (his driveway was blocked by another vehicle straight on) and it slid. So I asked the other guy to move. He had an SUV. It took him 2 tries from a straight away to get out. I straightened the C up, and it went out the first try, with virtually no problems at all. I'd say check your tires or try and get a good straight run, and it'll be fine. We live in a heavy snow area here and so far, it's been far better than I expected. Just fyi.