Possibly, but I'm from MI... all we have is wet heavy snow lol. I'm not criticizing, I'm just thoroughly suprised it couldn't get out of that.
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Idk man its hard to explain why i couldnt cause if you take a look at the first picture you see the snow covered the entire wheel/housing. On the left side of the jeep wasnt as bad so i squeezed through there and started the jeep, placed it in snow mode and floored it lmao. The last two pictures it might have looked like i shoveled but i didnt. Simply squeezed through the passenger side and moved over to the drivers seat and just tried to get it freed/out for a good 20 mins.
i know i didnt take a full picture before i got in the jeep to show you a fill view but if you take a look at the right side and see where the amount of snow is and place your imagination of that surrounding the entire jeep, its gotta be easy to see why i couldnt get out. Im 6ft 3" and the snow that i stepped in today surrounding the jeep was easily up to my knee if not more.
After i got out and said screw it cause i didnt feel like shoveling, i could kinda see why i couldnt get out and instead kept on being shifted to the left side, hence why theres a pathway to what seems like I shoveled in the last two pics, i didnt like i said, its just due to when i was attempting to drive out the jeep just kept shifting to the left evenly.
Anyway, it looks like when i was attempting to drive out the snow basically lifted up the jeep up and left the two front tires spinning while the back ones were pushing hard as well. I kept backing up and flooring it while going forward and i was making progress but eventually i just stopped and was just be shifted to the left not matter what i did. And due to another vehicle being to the left of me, i didnt wanna continue and end up hitting it.
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