I am in the same boat..... my bike is put away for 1/3rd of the year. I don't think I could stand to have the other vehicle I love locked away for the same amount of time. I have had my Challenger 2 weeks and I am catching quite a bit of flack from my coworkers for taking it to work every day. I just remind them that my last daily driver was a 2008 GMC that only had 11,000 miles on it when I traded it in on my Challenger. I split my time between my truck and my bike and 3-4 years later you can eat off of the motors of both of them. My Challenger will share the daily driver load now and I plan on it being in the same condition as my other vehicles.I solve the problem by driving my car.
I use real snow tires and have no problems.
It's my motorycle that I long for these cold, snowy days.
I don't have a garage and planned to drive my SRT in the winter when the roads were clear. I only got to drive it twice in Jan.
Wish I had a beater and a garage so I could store her properly when the roads are salty.
Got a case of the winter blues real bad.
Some good info on the subject...I just can't drive my R/T on these salty roads, just can't. The battery tender is great, but do any of you worry about the gasoline? Do you think Sta-Bil is adequate? I have heard some bad reports of stabil not being as great as we think. The quality of our gasoline is surely not what it used to be and does not last. Any comments?