Slow crash into curb

Today around 9:30 am on Larch Way in Lynnwood (a few blocks south of Walmart). I turned left going about 1mph and slid into the curb. The road was off-camber slightly, so once I was into the groove, it pushed me into the curb. The front bumper cover was scraped up as was the tire and wheel. I need a re-alignment. Car: 2006 Mitsubishi Evo IX with Proxess Toyo tires.

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Anonymous says ... on Friday, Jan 20 at 1:06 AM

oh and all the weight is in front cause of the engine.

Anonymous says ... on Friday, Jan 20 at 1:05 AM

I put it in gear...didn't touch the gas...tires were already slowly spinning.

Anonymous says ... on Friday, Jan 20 at 1:04 AM

I have a Toyota station wagon.. I tried to leave my drive way, trust me, it wasn't the lack of driving that prevented y getting out...This snow had lots of moisture in it aka "Wet Snow" I gathered some speed and got out, both tires were spinning.

MTgirl says ... on Sunday, Dec 12 at 2:58 PM

LOL.... I have never had snow tires and have driven MT winter roads all my life. 98% of the time its never the car, tires, or roads that are the issue... Its the driver.

smarter then steve says ... on Sunday, Dec 12 at 1:38 PM

put some weight in it Steve !!! Ya dummy.

angel says ... on Thursday, Nov 25 at 10:13 AM

its called get off ur dam phone!!!!!!!! really.......

Smarter Than You says ... on Tuesday, Nov 23 at 6:03 PM

Hmmm ... How about put your phone away and drive?!

steve says ... on Tuesday, Nov 23 at 8:40 AM

I have a 3/4 ton Dodge with studded tires and I did the same thing going around the round a bout in North Bend, only going about 5mph, up over the curb I went.

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