Depends on where you live. If you live in NYC(ie midtown manhattan), fairly quickly.. the snow was plowed within a day or so.Kain said:
Long Island gets cleared up pretty quickly. I was able to use my car again Monday which is not bad considering it was snowing into sunday morning.Kain said:
just so you know, the roads have to be pretty much completely snow/ice free in order for me to use my car. i'm running on high performance tires stillStreetTrixE4six said:
Long Island gets cleared up pretty quickly. I was able to use my car again Monday which is not bad considering it was snowing into sunday morning.
i always thought the ice wouldnt scratch the paint because for it to slide off there would have to be a thin sheet of water in between as a lubricant. for example like ice skating. you are not skating on the ice but the thin water on top of it. maybe im wrong...04m3blur said:Okay, here's the problem with leaving your car covered in snow for days. After awhile the snow compacts onto itself and slowly goes from the fluffy white stuff to hard and almost ice-like. The snow will then start to slide off your car. This is where you can get scratches.
Or, when you clear the snow off your car you could also cause scratching, especially if it's been sitting for awhile and has hardened. Ouch!