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so i was driving home at like 8pm and it was snowing/sleeting

nobody on the highway so i was doing 55-60 mph no prob right?

so i thought....

i was just cruising, no funny business, just cruising along....just a logn flat road

suddenly the back end of my cr-z started to kick out sideways to the right

quickly let off the throttle and continued on but i was omglolzwtf....

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Yeah, glad you're ok.

Can't say I've ever had that happen in a FWD car before.

It was something I experienced and handled a lot in the RWD car I used to drive.
By comparison the CRZ has been a breeze to drive in ice for me.
 

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Yeah, glad you're ok.

Can't say I've ever had that happen in a FWD car before.

It was something I experienced and handled a lot in the RWD car I used to drive.
exactly my point.....ive never had a fwd car have the back end kick out on me...

it happened out of nowhere....hahah.....i got loose like in nascar :rotfl:
 

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I've driven in a lot of snow - heck, I took my drivers test during a snowstorm in a RWD 74 chevy impala - it was so bad the examiner told me to run a stop sign so we didn't get stuck on a hill! Anyway - during the test drive I got the feeling the CRZ could be loose in the rear on slick roads. I appreciate Sarge sharing this story, as it will help us all stay cautious and maybe keep someone from getting hurt.
 
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