Yeah, I won't be going anywhere tomorrow. lol
Neither am I. It was enough having to go to work yesterday (we were "required" to, or else...). And on the way home last night, no matter all my years of racing (even in the wet or frozen lakes back in Wisconsin), all my skills, I got curb rash on the left front wheel. Crept over a rise, and the down slope was sheet ice into a reverse camber sweep to the right to get onto the 161 frontage road (cause the 161 bridge off the 183 was closed, my normal route home). The car was heading straight for the curb! Would've torn the front body parts to chunks. Using the parking brake, I got it to slip the backend out a bit, and slow the car more, so I had the car pointed away from the curb. Using a touch of throttle, I was barely able to get the car to slightly move in the right direction, but still the tire and wheel touched the end of the curb, luckily, just a slight kiss, but enough to rash a 3" length of the outer rim
Could've been worse though! Could have hit that curb head on, or if there was traffic around me, hit by another car.
Now need to go out in the daylight to see it better. Will wait till tomorrow, when hopefully the parking lot here is no longer sheet ice too.