The thought occured to me, though I quickly shoved it from my mind, of tieing a couple of sandbags over the hood like a couple of trophy deer. Not very practical, I suspect.
I remember the first snow in my (then) new FWD. I zipped into a parking lot, cut the wheels, floored it, and headed straight into a curb. Not very high on the cool factor. I got better after that.
Nebraska has a lot of flat, but there are hills as well. The biggest problem I foresee are intersections-on-a-hill outside our work. They don't plow them and ice builds up underneath the snow. I figure I'll drive the truck when it gets too bad until they clear the roads. But, I'll certainly go out and ensure I relearn what is needed. I'm heartened by the good news from the experienced.
Not as such. I'm pretty sure the shocks from a '90-93 Integra will bolt on to a '89-91 CRX and give you an few inches of lift. The extra lift would put the driveshaft CV joints at a more extreme angle than ususal, so lay off the burnouts and such.