Snow is pretty. Yet, it causes havoc. Take for instance, my little Honda Fit.
Rewind back to the obnoxious snow we had in Jersey last winter: I was driving to work after about 2 to 3 feet of snow had fallen. I am literally 5 minutes from work (on a 40 minute drive) and my car gets stuck. A nice man got out of his car to try and unstick my car, meanwhile damaging the undercarriage on the front of my car by trying to push it through way too much snow. It cracked some pieces and caused it to hang lower.
Fast forward to about a year later: It snowed again like crazy yesterday. I pulled in front of my house to back into my driveway. I thought all was well until I went out to look at my car this morning, deciding on if I wanted to go to my doctors appointment. The undercarriage part is now literally sitting on the ground. I guess the snow ripped the rest of it down yesterday.
Now I'm stuck home, waiting for my step dad to come over and rig my car up with zip ties so we can drive it to the dealership to have it fixed tomorrow. Luckily its a 70$ part and about $40 installation. So i am looking at about $120 worth of damage.. but still. Snow, go away. I hate when you break things.
Thanks for reading. LoL!