Coming to work with the wet ass snow turning off the main road and got my car turned about 45 degrees and that was about it. Kept sliding. Brakes did nothing, Steering did nothing. Hit the curb (actually one of those storm drains that has metal for the curb and a grating on the road next to it) kinda hard. Haven't heard a car that I drive in hit something in a LONG time. Hit square on my driver front rim. Thought "Great, ot only is my rim bent and my suspension ****ed, but my bumper and foglight are probably not in too great of shape either" since the curb was one of those tall square ones. Got the rest of the way to work (just around the corner) and looked. No damage to the bumper whatsoever (guess the stock extra high ride height in the front isn't such a bad thing ) and just a 5 inch or so scratch along the edge of the rim. It didn't appear grossly bent, nor did it appear bent at all. And the wheel didn't appear to be grossly bent at an angle or anything, but will have to take it in for a gander at the stealer. Thank god my bumper is ok. I needed an alignment anyways too but who know what damage may be lurking. Suspensions are made to take jolts and stuff and I wasn't moving fast at all, so maybe it's ok. Rim had some residue of the rusty metal from the curb on it, but the scratch is kinda bad. One of my allow Civic HX wheels on my old Civic had a similar looking scratch. This one will probably end up being twice as bad as that one though. As long as it's not bent and my suspension is fine (except maybe an needing an alignemt) I will be happy. Will keep you posted.