Has any one esle noticed this. I am in PA and we have had many snowstorms this year, I am typically very anal about clearing of my car, but this morning I skipped clearing all the snow from the wheels. About 5 minutes down the road it feels like the car is riding rough and even shaking abit. I pulled over took the handle to my ice scrapper and cleared the snow and ice from the inside of all four wheels. All was good back on the road after that. My guess is that because the inside of our rims are so wide and flat (tec rims) that the snow stays and act's as wheel weights causing all four tires to be out of balance. Not sure if it affects safety or not, but it definitely changes the ride quality.