Almost like clockwork, the weather went to crap again. Plum is covered in ice this time vice snow. The sad thing is the weather normally doesn't gets like this where I live.
Note to prospective challenger buyers- In winter conditions
1.) If you have a manual transmission you do not have remote start for the DE-icing and or fogging.
2.) If you are in ice conditions keep in mind that your driver and passenger windows want to come down automatically and if froze this presents a problem.
3.) If you are inpatient you can get the door open with no damage to the seal, but getting the door to close again is another story.
4.) 6.4L on ice and slush is a accident waiting to happen. Dont rely on traction control whatsoever.
For the most part either have another garage space, a place to store, and or an alternate driver. My alternate driver until I find a trustworthy beater is a Harley and I wont be riding to work either. Then there is always car pooling with my wife, but that course of action just seems wrong.