The Kansas City area is getting hammered by a snow and ice storm. Once I spotted a very slow (30 mph), I didn't have enough braking distance. So to avoid an accident I swirved. The swirve became a spin which landed me in a ditch in the natural (grassy) median. Everything was a soft landing. Now there's a shimmy.
I am wondering if getting the car pulled by chain can damage the undercarriage or chasis of a car? Or, can this shimmy be mostly likely from a pile of snow under my car, from trying to rock the car out of the snow? I did put the car in reverse (in the direction of the truck) to add momentum.
I looked under the car and everything looks straight. And I know that ultimately an inpection till give a definite say-so (and I will get that done), but before then, (just out of curiousity) would a chain pull (with a non-jarring spin into a soft landing) cause a bend in a 2006 Chevy Malibu carriage or chasis? Or, could this be snow?
Answer by MrsLeftlane at 12:01 PM on Jan. 10, 2011
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