Does it make that big of a difference? I would figure knowing how to drive in those conditions makes a bigger impact on avoiding or getting out of them than what you have as someone who drives a 2WD car with summer tires around in the mountains during winter for fun.
I’ve never gotten stuck anywhere- mud, pothole, ice, or snow through 2 winters running all over the north, midwest, and northeast ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ I actually went over Lookout Pass without chains on this winter because they enacted chain law after I had passed by chain up area. Any potential pullout after that was covered in deep snow so I had to drive steeply uphill at night with ice on the road and fresh heavy Montana ass snow coming down. White knuckled it but didn’t get stuck or slide. Maneuvered around and parked on black ice a few times as well. Hasn’t been an issue.
I will give you the backing, the backing itself is fine but bouncing off the dock when we hit it is annoying as fuck. Its not so bad anymore I can crawl back slow enough it doesn’t play bumper cars as much. When I hit the dock in the manual it was in the damn dock, didn’t have to hold down the accelerator in reverse while pulling the brakes to make sure kek.
I’m not sure I want to purchase. I’m just enjoying making hypermoney for now despite most of my students being incompetent retards that make me fear for my life.