Working a night shift in the ED after having worked the night before. It had snowed 2-3 inches when I got home at 7am, then everyone stayed in at my home all day. We have a 100+ meter long driveway, so it rarely gets shovelled. When I got in the car to drive to work at 10pm there was a solid 6-7" of virgin snow covering the driveway. I backed out OK, but trying to pull forward up a very slight incline was a non-starter despite several attempts (I still have all-season tires on). Ultimately had to have my wife drive our AWD Highlander Hybrid up the driveway to pack down a path, then with my 14 y/o boys and myself pushing and my wife driving we finally got up the incline and onto the level part of the driveway. The rest of my trip to work was packed powder covered roadways, but the car handles that fine. But without winter tires, it's not built to be a snow plow!